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50+ years of proudly representing the Australian travel industry
50+ years of proudly representing the Australian travel industry

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.

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Smartraveller Advice
23 September 2017

The US Virgin Islands and the US territory of Puerto Rico sustained major damage from Hurricane Maria. Widespread flooding has been reported and large areas are without power and communication. Extended disruptions to essential services are expected. Hazardous weather conditions are forecast to continue over coming days, with authorities warning that continuing rainfall could cause further flooding and landslides. Continue to follow the advice of the local authorities and adhere to any curfews and evacuation orders. Airports in the region are currently closed to commercial traffic. Contact your airline or tour operator for further information (see Additional information). Reconsider your need to travel to the US Virgin Islands and the US territory of Puerto Rico. Overall exercise normal safety precautions in the United States of America, including Alaska and the Hawaiian Islands.

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Smartraveller Advice
22 September 2017

The U.S. Virgin Islands and the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico sustained major damage from Hurricane Maria. Widespread flooding has been reported and large areas are without power and communication. Extended disruptions to essential services are expected. Hazardous weather conditions are forecast to continue over coming days, with authorities warning that continuing rainfall could cause further flooding and landslides. Continue to follow the advice of the local authorities and adhere to any curfews and evacuation orders. All airports in the region are currently closed. Contact your airline or tour operator for further information (see Additional information). The level of this advice has not changed. The level of this advice has not changed. Exercise normal safety precautions in the United States of America, including Alaska and the Hawaiian Islands.

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