Award-winning agency Travel Options 4U has come a long way from its humble beginnings as ‘The Travel Shed’. Juliet Dennis talks to owner Jenette Spirovski.
Cunard Line is well known for its extravagant cruises but the luxury life is not reserved solely for humans – pets can sail too.
Ben Mortimer chose to capitalise on his love of American football when he set up MVP Travel to take UK fans to sports events. Juliet Dennis finds out more about the Hays IG agency
As a country music fan, Danny Marish, a branch manager with Hays Travel, was left feeling like a real star as he took to the stage at one of Austin’s legendary music venues.
Juliet Dennis is given a warm welcome at Thomas Cook’s first Discovery store.
Staff from Bourne Leisure’s head office visited Todmorden in West Yorkshire last month to transform a local office of charity Age UK
The lady in red tells Ben Ireland about trying new colours and forgetting her credit card for a Texan shopping spree.
Tight deadlines, grey skies and cruise ships don’t stop a globetrotting visual expert bagging the perfect picture in the digital age. Amie Keeley finds out more.
Jayne Drury and business partner Ann Marie Stanley first met as teenage travel agents in Liverpool in 1980.
He’s got the job most children dream of – playing with Lego all day long. And he gets to do it in Dubai. Amie Keeley speaks to James Bailey.
Ten couples battled it out on Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas to get through to the final five and win a dream wedding on board Oasis of the Seas worth £25,000. Natasha Salmon reports.
Nestled in a town of just over 20,000 people, a high street agency reveals how it is expanding its customer base. Ben Ireland visits.
Meet The Travel Sense team: Melanie Saavedra; Fran Catling; Claudia Davenport and Laura King.
Fresh from his star turn on ITV’s Take Me Out, James ‘Rixy’ Rix talks to Natasha Salmon about his time in travel and finding love at work rather than in a TV studio.
Self-confessed ‘closet poser’ Emma Harewood of Midcounties Co-operative Travel in Walsall finally got the chance to visit Texas after more than 20 years in the travel industry.
Faye Bridle loves seeing happy passengers leaving the plane and prides herself on acting as nurse, firefighter or policewoman to defuse any situation in the skies.