ATAS is a national accreditation scheme for Australian travel agents.
Always look for the ATAS symbol when buying travel be it in-store or online.

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COVID-19 Update: The Australian Federation of Travel agents (AFTA) and our network of professional industry accredited ATAS travel agents are currently experiencing exceptionally large volumes of calls and emails requesting information to cancel, change, rebook and alter bookings.  We ask for your patience and understanding during this time. Whilst every customer is important, requests are being prioritised based on departure dates. 
View our COVID-19 Travel Advice for Consumers.

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Latest Travel Alerts

Keep up to date with the latest travel warnings and alerts across the world before you depart on your trip.

Colombia

28 November 2020

International flight operations have resumed in Colombia and foreign citizens are allowed to enter. However, all land, sea and river borders remain closed. Before entering or exiting Colombia, you must complete an online form (Check-mig) on the borde …

Finland

27 November 2020

Finland now permits entry for residents from some countries assessed to be low COVID-19 risk. If you're an Australian citizen or resident already overseas and are travelling from a country with a high COVID-19 risk, you may be denied entry to Finland …

Germany

27 November 2020

Germany has entered partial lockdown (see 'Travel'). Borders remain open and travel from a small number of third countries with low rates of COVID-19 is permitted. If you're arriving from a high risk country, you must register online prior to entry. …

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