With more than 27,000 followers on social media, Matt is making a name for himself with cruise guests from around the world after taking on the cruise director role for Carnival’s newest ship, Carnival Vista.
Touring holiday specialist Shaun Davies, of Chester Travel Connection, sailed on his first cruise when Travel Weekly whisked him out to Miami and the Bahamas as one of our 2016 Cover Stars.
Natasha Salmon meets the team at Hays Travel in Castleford, West Yorkshire, which opened last December
Tom Pestridge, head of marketing at Honeymoon Dreams, speaks to Travel Weekly after a whirlwind year
As any parent knows, keeping children entertained on holiday is no easy feat. Here, kids’ entertainer Millie Bicknelle gives us an insight into her typical working day at Club Mac resort in Alcudia, Majorca.
Former Thomas Cook agent Samantha Scrafton described the Travel Weekly Cover Star experience as a dream come true
and beyond anything she had ever experienced
Ben Ireland met the team at Travel Designers in Balham, south London, who put their stamp on long-haul and luxury bookings.
Kevin Richardson only started working from home for Hays Travel in Janaury, yet he is already the top personal travel consultant in its Travel Academy for industry newcomers.
After a two-year stint at Loganair, Captain Czarena has been flying for Royal Brunei Airlines ever since.
Travel Republic reservation agent Sarah Lyon had never been on a long-haul trip before becoming a Travel Weekly Cover Star and being swept off to Florida.
Amie Keeley visits the Kuoni store in Manchester’s Trafford Centre, whose expert staff go that extra mile for their customers.
Sara is one of Fred Olsen Cruise Lines’ executive chefs at sea.
Love2shop Holidays’ Lica Catherall thought the opportunity to become a Travel Weekly Cover Star was almost too good to be true, and describes her experience as an unforgettable trip to destinations on her bucket list
The Sandals Foundation, part of Sandals Resorts, has been going since 2009. Karen Zacca ensures its community, educational and environmental projects throughout the Caribbean are on track. She describes what her job involves.
This month Kelsey Goulding completes her two-year apprenticeship and becomes a fully fledged travel consultant.
Juliet Dennis visits the staff at Miles Morgan Travel in Wells, Somerset, one of the miniple’s best-performing shops.