While the World's Most Decorated Olympian, Michael Phelps, Graces our Cover, PT Continues to be Recognized for it's Editorial Excellence!
The Magazine Celebrates the Winning Airlines in its Current Issue, While Keeping an Eye on New Developments in Advance of the 2016 Voting Period
Premier Traveler Receives Six Nods For Editorial Excellence In The Prestigious Annual Competition Conducted By The North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA)
Premier Traveler Worldwide Magazine reports that it was hacked during The New Year Celebrations and after weeks of working its way back, the hacker struck again; corrupting files, taking the company's ported phones, email, and data.
"I guess it is true that no one is immune to hackers," said PT's Executive Director Adam Rodriguez. The New York Times reported that the F.B.I. now ranks cybercrime as one of its top law enforcement activities.
Taking top honors included Hainan Airlines, IHG Rewards Club, Emirates, Sheraton Latin America, United Airlines, Fairmont Hotels, Air France, Hertz and Israel Tourism
Asiana Airlines Swept the Evening with Five Awards. Other Record Achievements included Ethiopian Airlines, Etihad Airways, Turkish Airlines, Marriott International, Eva Air and of course Boeing.
While the Boeing Company is an American institution that has been shaping the aviation industry since the era of biplanes, and like other aerospace companies has also been pushing the boundaries of the traditional workplace by actively recruiting and reaching out to female workers, and creating an atmosphere in which they can thrive.
Culminating the year's profiles are two Compelling Women renowned in fields where females are still relatively rare: aerospace and photojournalism.