Thomas Cook chief executive Peter Fankhauser explains why a renewed focus on customer service and differentiated and own-brand hotels is helping the 150-year-old tour operator 'walk in the flip flops of its customers'. He spoke to Lee Hayhurst
Etihad Airways chief James Hogan has transformed the airline in his 10 years in charge. He spoke to Ian Taylor
Travel entrepreneur Ali Shah, chief executive of Travel Up Groupexplains how he turned a one-man operation in his living room in to a £200 million business, Lee Hayhurst reports
Former Vueling boss Alex Cruz succeeded Keith Williams as chief executive and chairman of British Airways only last month but already has a firm vision for the airline. Juliet Dennis reports
Prospects for the next 10 years will dominate the programme at The Travel Convention in October. Chief executive Mark Tanzer spoke to Ian Taylor
The chairman of £120m turnover agency tells Lucy Huxley the time has come to branch out into full-blown holidays
Ahead of his appearance as one of three keynote speakers, Azamara Club Cruises' Larry Pimentel talks to Hollie-Rae Merrick
The operator's new chief executive tells Hollie-Rae Merrick he has ambitions for his three brands beyond selling Archers through the trade.
Terror attacks on destinations show little sign of slowing global tourism growth, says World Travel and Tourism Council president David Scowsill, who spoke to Ian Taylor
Attraction ticket provider Attraction World will be celebrating its 10th anniversary on May 19. Group chief operating officer Tony Seaman reflects on its growth and plans. Jennifer Morris reports
The chief executive of Cunard and P&O Cruises tells Lucy Huxley how herbs, TV shows and a bigger sales team are all part of the operator's strategy to fend off rivals
Richard Bowden-Doyle tells Juliet Dennis why he believes running the former Thomas Cook-owned specialist will be the most satisfying phase of his career
New Tui chief executive Fritz Joussen outlined his vision for the group at an exclusive Travel Weekly dinner. Ian Taylor reports
Kuoni UK will be left to run independently by new owner DER Touristik, but can expect investment. The German firm's chief executive explains the strategy exclusively to Ian Taylor
Tourism minister Tracey Crouch goes on maternity leave at the end of this month. She spoke to Travel Weekly about her first eight months in the role.
The Tourism Industry Council offers a chance to align the sector’s demands. Ian Taylor reports