1. Call Me Ishmael Travel

23. Diversity Travel

9-10 Staple Inn, London, WC1V 7QH


Key people: 
Christopher Airey Managing director
Matt Truin Director of global supplier relations
Sam Whittle Commercial director
Stu Booy Customer service director
David Coe Sales director

Main industry sectors: Academic, charity/humanitarian, NGO

Other services: Student groups, meetings & events, consultancy, visas, carbon offsetting and reporting

Type of company: Privately owned

Transactions handled online: 48%

Air 53.3% | Hotel 15% | Rail 29.7% | Car 0.3% | MICE 1% | Other 0.7%

Geographical breakdown of transactions:
UK/Ireland 40.5% | Short-haul 13.5% | Long-haul 46%

Top destinations: Short-haul - London, Geneva, Amsterdam, Berlin, Dublin; Long-haul - London, Nairobi, Addis Ababa, Entebbe, New York

Office locations: London, Manchester, Leeds, Washington DC

Association and network membership: Advantage Travel Partnership, The BTA, Lufthansa City Center

UK full-time equivalent staff: 141
Average length of service: 4.5 years
Average industry experience: 7 years 11 months

GDS: Travelport (Galileo)

Online booking tools: In-house online booking tool

Other technology: Power BI client reporting, Voyage Manager client tracking, International SOS, Drum Cussac, SafeTure duty of care tools, Active Directory single sign-on

NDC content: Yes, via direct connect and aggregators

Biggest innovations in 2020: Increased reporting functionality via Power BI to offer more innovative and user friendly dashboard, insights and management information

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