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.
Travel Weekly is also leaving our agent commission rates unchanged. Or, at least, we would if we had them.
The Canadian carrier is giving Aussie travellers more connections to North America, but all we really want is more airline ads featuring Sandra Oh.
Looks like Air Canada will beat Qantas by one day in resuming its Sydney-Vancouver service. We can hear Alan Joyce sighing from here.
Qantas has copped some bad press lately, but the silver lining is it’s a great excuse for Alan Joyce to get a nice makeover!
Surprisingly the investigation came from the ABC and not from Air Crash Investigation, which kind of puts the show to shame a bit.
Those looking to complete Hajj will have to enter the Hajj lottery, which you are still astronomically more likely to win than the actual lottery.
Meanwhile, Travel Weekly staff are conducting our own research to tap into the zoomer market by teaching the office dog TikTok dances. It’s not going well.
To honour the milestone, all 63 ships in the group’s fleet sounded their horns at once, which most likely scared the sh*t out of nearby fishing boats and unsuspecting wales across the world.
It’s the second time a Flight Centre partnership has come up this week and it’s only Tuesday! Skroo must be feeling extra convivial this week.
Speaking of bribes, if anyone would like to bribe us with an all-expenses-paid trip to Japan we promise to give you a good review on TripAdvisor.
Looking to treat yourself? Don’t get a chocolate at the shops, book yourself a stay at the new Oakwood property in Melbourne (or do both)!
While seemingly struggling to win popularity among its pilots, the regional carrier has turned to its agency partners for reassurance.
Say a prayer for the poor souls tasked with wrangling a ship full of reality dating contestants hell-bent on getting frisky at sea.
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