I joined Travel Nation back in 2005. I took a break from my previous role at Flight Centre to do some travelling. When I got back I knocked on our founder Haydn's door and he offered me a job. I grew up in Farnham, then grew up a bit more in Sheffield. I now live out in the Sussex countryside with my wife Liz (who also works at Travel Nation) and our two small children. Things I love are football, tennis, my local village pub, walking and growing a bit of veg!
Farnham, then lived 10 years in Sheffield.
I studied Economics at Sheffield University, then followed that up with a Tourism Management Degree at Sheffield Hallam University.
BA (Hons) degree in Tourism Management, plus 5 years as Team Leader at Flight Centre (UK) Ltd from 2000. I joined Travel Nation in 2005 to specialise in creating RTW itineraries for clients. Progressing from sales consultant to team leader to trainer, before joining the Management Team in 2010 as Air Product Manager with responsibility for all things flight-related, before becoming Commercial Director in 2016. I'm a firm believer in our ethos that any itinerary is possible no matter how complex. As an independent company we're able to achieve this, and I ensure our teams have all the expertise and support they need to create these amazing itineraries for our customers.
Sat, 27/08/2016 - 17:06
Excellent service from Jonny Goodall
Very professional and helpful
Mon, 03/02/2014 - 09:03
Excellent service, great value, can’t recommend highly enough!
Superb experience from start to finish. I had complete faith in the team and their invaluable advice.
Jonny has visited:
Looking after the kids!
A tennis coach.
Namibia. I'd read it would be good before we went, but the stunning landscapes and endless night skies were experiences no travel guide can prepare you for!
These days I unpack my bag!
Etosha Pan and National Park (Namibia), Mo'orea (French Polynesia) and Volcanoes National Park (Rwanda)
Probably Amini Maasai Lodge near Kilimanjaro for the amazing team and unique experience. A truly special place.
A little corner of Mo'orea near Hauru Point overlooking the Motu, deep enough for swimming in the stunning lagoon with the rays. Spent 3 weeks by this same beach once, couldn't bear to leave!
Waiting at the Greyhound Terminal in Compton, (LA), grim.
Randomly camping next to some customers I'd booked in Queenstown, NZ.