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2024 Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Report - Flight Centre Travel Group, Americas


Our vision for DEI at Flight Centre Travel Group, Americas is to work together to dismantle barriers to equity for our people, our clients, and our communities. 

Over the past year, we've been actively advancing our DEI vision at Flight Centre Travel Group, Americas.


We're happy to share both the progress we've made and the lessons we've learned. While the challenge of achieving true equity, accessibility, and inclusion is significant, we are motivated by those who have led the way.


As a major player in the travel industry, we are committed to doing our part. Through regular and transparent updates like this, we hope to clearly demonstrate to our team, our clients, and our industry that our commitment to DEI is for the long haul.

Since our last DEI report was published:   

  • We increased women in Canadian senior leadership roles from 50% to 63% according to our employee survey data.
  • We maintained equal sentiment scores across race and ethnicity in our USA employee survey.   
  • 13% of USA respondents and 11% of Canada’s respondents identify as LGBTQ2IA+, with equal representation across job seniority and no difference in sentiment between LGBTQ2IA+ and cisgender, heterosexual respondents.  
  • We booked 4,013 diverse suppliers (a 15% increase from the 2022 financial year) for our corporate clients and are actively working to expand supplier diversity for our leisure travellers.  
  • We learned that more than 1 in 10 employee survey respondents have a disability.   
  • Our new employee resource groups have begun to make a positive impact.  

At Flight Centre Travel Group, Americas, diversity, equity, and inclusion are an essential part of our vision to open up the world for those who wish to see. Thank you for taking an interest in our journey.