New recruits backed to fly

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Everywhere Travel has appointed two new consultants to help drive its next phase of expansion and development.

With the company increasingly moving into the group travel sector – for schools, businesses and sports teams, as well as the general public – Abbey Higgins and Kieran O’Sullivan can bring even more industry expertise and experience to bear.

Abbey was previously a Passenger Service Agent at Birmingham Airport for the likes of Flybe and Monarch, so she’s done her fair share of check-ins, arrivals and boarding.

This was followed by a year on the High Street with Thomas Cook, so Abbey’s well equipped to know that sorting travel arrangements by phone and email is much more efficient.

Outside of work she’s a gym bunny who also loves cinema and restaurants.

Kieran O’Sullivan is an English & Education graduate who swapped teaching for travel when he landed a temporary call centre job for travel giant Tui that quickly progressed into an office relocation role for Head Office.

Three years of transatlantic Flight Attendant work for BA followed, but now he likes nothing better than sharing his experiences and knowledge with customers. Kieran still travels regularly in his own time and is also a bit of a theatre buff.

Everywhere Travel manager, Alison Brown, says: “We operate a specialist travel consultant system, which means that each customer has their very own personal holiday advisor, so their knowledge is invaluable and Abbey and Kieran have already slotted in seamlessly.

“It’s like getting advice and updates from a friend, because all our consultants are very well travelled and love to pass on all the hints and tips and insider knowledge they have picked up over the years – and are adding to on a daily basis.

“It saves valuable time and money and really can make all the difference, as they help you tailor an unforgettable group or personal travel experience that ticks all your boxes and more – and all while staying within budget.”