Flight Centre solidifies its store network and reopens the last of its hibernated locations in Australia

Nathan from Flight Centre South Bank

After over 800 days spent with the “closed” sign on the door, the last of our red and white Flight Centre retail stores across the country will finally reopen their doors for their customers.

As reported late last week, FCTG released its full-year results, referencing the “Renaissance of the travel advisor”, fuelled by travellers seeking expert advice given the complexity of service requirements in this environment.

Our Flight Centre teams in the retail shop network around Australia are expertly placed to lead the way in providing this high-level touch point and support to our customers.

Head of Sales, Operations and Network Brent Novak commented on the decision to reopen the stores saying “with the demand for travel at an all-time high, we feel the time to reopen our network and those hibernated locations impacted through COVID is right. We intend to have all hibernated stores reopened and trading prior to this year's Christmas period and look forward to re-engaging with our local communities and former Flighties.”

Over 30 stores are set to open and Flight Centre are on the hunt for Team Leaders and Travel Consultants who are ready to hit the ground running. If you’re ready to take ownership and be a part of the next phase of the company’s history, apply here.

Check out some of the revamped locations across the country below.

 ACT: Manuka

NT: Casuarina, Alice Springs,

NSW: Terrigal, The Junction, Lane Cove, Forestway, Darlinghurst, Leichhardt, Lismore, Camden

QLD: Ascot, Noosa, Ashgrove, Bulimba, Cleveland, Paddington, Greenslopes, Rose City Warwick 

SA: Glenelg, Norwood

TAS: Centrepoint Hobart, Rosny, Kings Meadows

VIC: Ashburton, Eltham, Balwyn, Casey, Croydon, Hampton, Hawthorn, Elwood, Docklands 

WA: F&B Raine Square, F&B Cottesloe