Flight Centre welcomed the travel trade to its new headquarters in Toronto last night. About 125 of the company’s suppliers were on hand to explore Flight Centre’s stylish new home.
Located at 35 McCaul Street in Toronto’s trendy Queen Street area, near the Ontario College of Art (OCA), the new offices are on four and a half floors – about 32,000 square feet – and accommodate 240 of Flight Centre’s staffers who handle the company’s multiple brands, support services, human resources, IT and more.
Three of Flight Centre’s Toronto offices have been amalgamated into its new location that was designed by Toronto-based Figure 3; which also designed Flight Centre’s offices in Vancouver.
The offices features some great open spaces with sitting areas, tables, pool table, foosball table, conference rooms, offices, a small gym and a whole lot more.
Along with the daily work routine, the Toronto headquarters will also be used for staff and agency training programs.
In the photos
TOP – Flight Centre’s Emma Jupp and John Beauvais cutting the ribbon to officially open the company’s new headquarters in Toronto.
MIDDLE — Globus’ Stephanie Bishop with Flight Centre’s Gavin Miller, Insight Vacations’ Brad Ford and Flight Centre’s Andrew Jones.
BOTTOM — Flight Centre’s John Beauvais and Emma Jupp are all smiles as they welcome guests to Flight Centre’s new offices in Toronto.