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Longman, Louise
August 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;8/25/2006, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the prediction of Richard Noon, Webjet operating officer regarding on the online travel retailing in Australia. He said that the online travel retailing will become like a two horse race between the Webjet and Flight Centre Ltd. as traditional travel agents had missed the boat for online travel. He added that traditional retailers will be having a hard time in catching up as online retailers had established a successful business strategy.


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