Accommodation is not included in the seller participation fee for ATE 2010. Due to the high hotel occupancy in Adelaide, we strongly recommend that you book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment. A number of hotels in Adelaide have generously provided special ATE10 industry rates - please see click here. If you have any questions with regards to these industry rates, please contact Joanne Chadwick at the South Australian Tourism Commission.
South Australia Pre and Post Touring
Expecting to feel a little tired after ATE… why not refresh with a relaxing post-ATE holiday in South Australia. For further information on where to stay and go whilst in South Australia visit www.southaustralia.com.
International and domestic flights are not included in the seller participation fee for ATE 2010.
Qantas is once again proud to be the major airline partner for ATE. Qantas operates an extensive network of flights into Adelaide internationally and from across Australia including the renowned Cityflyer service from Sydney and Melbourne. For a range of competitive fares available to Adelaide including the Qantas Red e-Deal fares, visit www.qantas.com.
What are friends for if you can't get a cheap flight once in a while? Virgin Blue's famous Mates Rates are back! ATE Mates Rates are on sale 10 January 2010 until sold out, and are valid for travel between 15 May and 15 July 2010 to ATE 2010 delegates only. Please click here to view the Virgin Blue ATE 'Mates Rates' fares and booking terms and conditions.
It’s Natural to Fly Carbon Neutral
Climate change is one of the most important issues facing the world today. As one of Australia’s largest companies, Qantas has a significant environmental footprint and we accept our responsibility in managing our impact. Carbon Offsetting is one element of a broad strategy designed to improve fuel efficiency and reduce carbon emissions. The Group has a well-established fuel conservation program with challenging improvement targets including a 25% fuel efficiency target by 2020.
In September 2007, the Group launched carbon offsetting giving customers the option to offset their own share of flight emissions. The carbon offset payment goes towards Australian Government ‘Greenhouse FriendlyTM’ approved projects such as energy efficiency and tree planting projects which either remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere over a long period of time, or prevent an estimated quantity of greenhouse gases from being released in the first place.
Qantas recently announced that Fieldforce, a Greenhouse Friendly TM accredited provider, will supply the next group of credits for the Qantas carbon offset program. Fieldforce operates across Australia and generates carbon offsets by providing energy efficient light bulbs and water saving showerheads to eligible Australian homes and businesses.
Additional information on Qantas and Jetstar carbon offset programs are available at qantas.com and jetstar.com.