That’s right, people, the Women in Travel fun isn’t over yet.
Here are all the spectacularly whacky gifs recorded in the Air Canada photo booth on the night! See if you can spot yourself and share on your socials with the hashtag #WIT2019.
The changing of the guard at airlines continues apace, with Air Canada’s boss the latest to signal their exit.
The report also uncovered some unsettling data about the gender pay gap and the startlingly low number of women in board chairs.
Are you hungry for updates from the world’s airlines? Enjoy Travel Weekly’s aviation buffet without the risk of catching COVID-19.
Crowne Plaza has opted not to hire a stranger to lead its iconic Terrigal hotel. However, that’s not to say there were a heap of creepy job applicants.
As the saying goes, all good things come in threes … except if there were four incentives being offered, of course.
by Huntley Mitchell
The relaxing of domestic border restrictions continues apace, so apologies if we’ve missed any updates here. Our editor’s typing fingers are quite tired and sore.
Travel Weekly’s deputy editor cried her eyes out while watching this video. Partly because it’s so beautiful, but mostly because she just really wants to be on the next plane out of here.
A 25-year-old influencer has been heavily criticised for taking photos of herself on the edge of a very threatening-looking waterfall. Fair enough.
Looks like someone at the Department of Home Affairs is getting fired after accidentally telling visa applicants to get overseas immediately during a global pandemic.
Meanwhile, the only thing Travel Weekly’s editor achieved in lockdown was to eat his weight in potato chips while getting through Netflix’s entire catalogue.
Avalon residents have reportedly gone back into quarantine to escape the blame for this huge loss to the tourism industry.
Could this turn out to be another much-needed funding opportunity for travel agents? Let’s bloody hope so.
Register or sign in to create events, jobs and access premium features.