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.
Are you hungry for updates from the world’s airlines? Enjoy Travel Weekly’s aviation buffet without the risk of catching COVID-19.
To give you a little inspo for your Women in Travel Awards entry application, we sat down with Frith to bring you these words of wisdom.
There’ve been some timely leadership appointments across the industry given that International Women’s Day is just around the corner. Check out our wrap-up of the latest movers and shakers here.
Road & Rail
After stopping off the side of the highway for a quick kip, Travel Weekly’s Road & Rail Wrap is back, all nice and refreshed.
As the world begins to reopen, operators have begun rolling out new and creative ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19. But this is a new one.
by Huntley Mitchell
The destination is placing much more of a focus on its digital presence and “smart partnerships”, as it looks to recover from the impacts of COVID-19.
Are you or your clients keen to avoid cattle class (or any class for that matter) on your first post-coronavirus flight? Start saving your pennies for this new service.
Find out where, when and how Aussies will hit the road once restrictions are lifted with this handy set of survey results.
by Ali Coulton
The TravelManagers chairman has also predicted more bricks-and-mortar agents will make the switch to a home-based model, given the risk of further lockdowns.
The new offering aims to help curate your clients’ domestic escapades so that you can give them their perfect post-lockdown getaway.
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