NCCA Principal Partner - Qatar Airways
The NCCA is very pleased to welcome Qatar Airways as its Principal Partner, coinciding with Qatar Airways launching their flights to Amsterdam! The exclusive NCCA deal will be mutually beneficial to the NCCA, its members and to Qatar Airways:
The NCCA benefit from the generous financial support of Qatar Airways that can be directed towards member initiatives.
NCCA members benefit from accessing special NCCA member only offers, enabling members to fly in a 5 star airline for a competitive price.
Qatar Airways benefits from promoting their exciting new Amsterdam route to the NCCA’s membership based, many of whom may be Amsterdam bound over the next few years!
About Qatar Airways
Qatar Airways is a five star international carrier; part of the oneworld alliance, the award-winning airlines operates daily non-stop flights from Melbourne and Perth to more than 140 destinations worldwide via its international hub in Doha.
From 16th June 2015, Qatar Airways commenced flying to Amsterdam. Amsterdam is the airline's first destination in The Netherlands and its 34th in Europe. Commencement of services to the Netherlands is the realisation of a long held ambition for Qatar Airways.
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2015 Benchmark Report positions Australia as an ideal investment destination
Produced by the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade), the annual report presents key economic, financial and demographic data to highlight Australia’s competitive strengths as a major player in global trade and investment.
Australia offers international investors a combination of solid economic performance, a highly skilled workforce, legal and political stability, and growing business and cultural ties to Asia.
The country is entering its 24th year of uninterrupted annual economic growth and its average annual real GDP growth between 2015 and 2019 is expected to be the highest among major advanced economies. Its services sector generates more than 80 per cent of its economic output.
New to the 2015 edition is a set of charts that provides snapshots of Australia’s five globally significant industries – agribusiness, education, funds management, resources and energy, and tourism.
The report also highlights Australia’s advanced research and innovation capabilities; educated and multicultural workforce; trade, investment and cultural links within the fast-growing Asian region; stable, transparent and well-regulated business environment; and sophisticated financial sector.
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Important information regarding Dutch travel documents
Passport and visa applications in Sydney and Melbourne in 2015 only possible by appointment.
From 5 January 2015, it will only be possible to submit passport or visa applications by appointment.
Applications for the Netherlands Consulate-General in Sydney can be booked Mondays through to Fridays between 9.30am and 1pm regarding passport applications. Please note that visa applications can be submitted during these times as well, but only from Mondays through to Thursdays. The appointment system can be found via this link. Please make sure you choose the right location.
It is still possible to submit your passport application in Melbourne, but only on a limited number of days. Again, you have to make an appointment in the appointment system via this link. If none of the dates are convenient, it is also possible to submit your passport application at the Netherlands Embassy in Canberra, the Netherlands Consulate-General in Sydney or the Consulates in Adelaide, Perth or Brisbane. You can also submit applications at other Netherlands missions abroad or in the Netherlands.
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