AFTA is asking all members to complete its Travelsectorkeeper survey in support of the ongoing Federal campaign for ongoing tailored sector support.
The Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) CEO, Darren Rudd, is in Canberra again this week for ongoing meetings and briefings with key political and departmental stakeholders.
“With JobKeeper set to end on 28 March 2021, we understand that now is a critical time for travel agents, tour operators and wholesalers,” he said.
In support of the ongoing Federal campaign for ongoing tailored support for the travel industry, AFTA is asking all its members to complete its Travelsectorkeeper survey.
“JobKeeper has been central to helping businesses keep the doors open and support customers with cancellations, refunds and credits and we need Travelsectorkeeper moving forward,” says AFTA CEO Darren Rudd.
The AFTA survey builds on the 2020 survey and will be used to provide an objective measure of the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the sector in AFTA’s Pre-Budget Submission, Ministerial and Departmental Briefings as well as at a local political and media level.
“We have been working closely with the Federal Government and have made known just how vital ongoing financial support is for your business until international travel resumes.
“Completing this confidential, short survey will further strengthen our case in fighting for the survival of your business and I encourage all members to do so.”
AFTA CEO Darren Rudd
Click here to complete the confidential survey.
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