With Indonesia being a preferred destination for Australian Baby Boomers, multiple cases of the avian flu being contracted by humans this year is a worry for travellers. Joanna Letner reports.
In 2005, two-thirds of Australian baby boomers booked their holidays to the Asia Pacific via a travel agency. But just seven years on, this has dropped dramatically. Laura Parr investigates.
Traditional travel agencies can be declared dead as their loyal baby boomer customers look elsewhere, says Laura Parr.