follow us
Planning your next holiday? Find an ATAS accredited agent here » ATAS Logo

Register

If you're a new user and do not yet have a username/login.


Register Now

Participant Zone

Accredited ATAS participants click here for access to the secure business support area.

My AFTA

Returning users log in to commence or access your ATAS application.

My AFTA Login

Become Travel Accredited today

Become Travel Accredited today

Welcome to AFTA

The Australian Federation of Travel Agents Limited (AFTA) is the peak body for Australia's travel agents, with its office located in Pitt Street, Sydney and represents the majority of travel agents in Australia. Founded in 1957, AFTA's aim has been to stimulate, encourage and promote travel, and to uphold the interests of travel agents who form a vital part of Australia's highly specialised travel and tourism industry.

find out more about AFTA >

QANTAS PLATINUM PARTNERQANTAS PLATINUM PARTNER

QANTAS PLATINUM PARTNER

New look Qantas Learning Hub for Travel Agents to learn everything there is to know about Qantas >

>
AFTA Insolvency Chargeback Scheme (AICS)AFTA Insolvency Chargeback Scheme (AICS)

AFTA Insolvency Chargeback Scheme (AICS)

To learn more or to register your interest in AICS click here.

>
AFTA WebinarsAFTA Webinars

AFTA Webinars

Click here to view our most recent webinars.

>
Latest Industry News & Events

Pakistan ›

Smartraveller Advice
16 January 2018

On 15 January 2018, the US advised its citizens that US Embassy personnel are avoiding movements within sectors F-8, F-9, G-8 and G-9 in Islamabad, including all major intersections.  The staff of the Australian High Commission have been provided with this advice. Avoid these areas and be alert at all times elsewhere in Islamabad. The level of our advice has not changed. Reconsider your need to travel to Pakistan overall. Higher levels apply in some parts of the country.

Iraq ›

Smartraveller Advice
16 January 2018

There is a very high threat of kidnapping in Iraq. Information indicates that terrorists may be planning to kidnap expatriate staff working in Iraq. The level of our advice has not changed. Do not travel to Iraq, including the Kurdish region. If you choose to visit, in spite of our strong advice, ensure you take appropriate security precautions and obtain a valid Iraqi visa, even if you are only travelling to the Kurdish region of Iraq.

Latest Tweets

Suffering from back to #work blues? We’ve got 5 hot #holiday #package ideas to help you plan your 2018 #adventures… https://t.co/7naezOkzgY about 22 hours ago

Thinking of travelling around Australia this Summer? We’ve got some #transport suggestions for you >… https://t.co/jzUmHKLSu4 1 day ago

DIARY NOTE: #NTIA2018 will officially launch next week when Nominations open. Follow @travel_daily for the latest u… https://t.co/WMoVhyfI9X 2 days ago