I have been at TTG for four years, after returning back to the magazine in May 2014 from a seven month sabbatical travelling the world. I oversee the news team, ensuring that the magazine is always on top of the latest breaking stories from the travel trade. I also cover the cruise patch, following all the new ship launches and latest issues from the sector. If you have a news story, email me at email@example.com, or follow me on @ttgtravelqueen
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Malaysia Airlines has insisted that customers’ bookings and data are safe following an attack on its website.
Fred Olsen’s ship Boudicca was left without power in the early hours of Sunday morning after a fire broke out in the engine room
The fuselage of the crashed AirAsia plane may be too fragile to be lifted, the Indonesia admiral in charge of operations to recover the aircraft has told the BBC
- IAG set to close Aer Lingus deal
- Carnival Cruise Lines' UK boss thanks trade for sales boost
- Carnival Cruise Lines to return to Europe in 2016
- Teenage entrepreneurs bid to shake up cruise excursions
- Tour operators unite to push Egypt message
- Celebrity Cruises honours agents at first awards event
- Clooney's Venice wedding drove Italy enquiries up 20%, Kuoni report reveals
Recent blog posts
After two and half months in Asia we landed back into the western world with a bump (and a shock to our bank balances) to explore Australia’s east coast.
We travelled down through Laos to Vang Vieng - once dubbed the “world’s most unlikely party town”.
From Luang Prabang we travelled down to Vang Vieng, to explore the backpacker mecca once dubbed the “world’s most unlikely party town”.
- Pens, protests, and one of South-East Asia's poorest nations
- Sri Lanka - our Asian adventure continues...
- Mumbai, white sands and God's Own Country
- The Pink City, and a touch of Bollywood glamour
- The scam continues... the road to the Taj Mahal
- Delhi, dishonest travel agents, and one big scam
- Adventures in the Orient