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First Class Magazine in the Global top 100 luxury travel blogs and websites

First Class Magazine in the Global top 100 luxury travel blogs and websites

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Not yet two years old and First Class Magazine has been announced at number 44 in Feedspot’s global top 100 luxury travel blogs, websites and influencers 2020.

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First Class Magazine – Launched in November 2018

First Class Magazine is also celebrating over 8000 organically grown followers on their Instagram account as well.

First Class Magazine launched in Australia in November 2018 with both an annual publication and a digital magazine site. 

TravelManagers’ Luxury and Indulgence Blog

First Class Magazine’s content is seen in TravelManagers’ Luxury and Indulgence Blog. TravelManagers are part of the House of Travel Group. They boast over 500 home-based personal travel managers across Australia. Since first opening in New Zealand in 1986 and its arrival in Australia in 2007, House of Travel has grown into the largest independent travel company in Australasia. This means that not only do personal travel managers have access to amazing travel deals, but customers are provided with the security that their money is secure through the booking process.  

Ocean Magazine is also taking luxury content for their readers which include Superyacht and yacht owners who love to travel the world in First Class style.

Nicole Lenoir-Jourdan, Managing Editor of First Class Magazine said, “It is really fantastic to be recognised in Feedspot’s top 100 luxury travel blogs along with iconic stalwarts . We aim to provide high-level content from postgraduate writers and writers who have vast experience in niche areas of the travel industry.”

She said, “First Class Magazine is here for the long haul. We have found that while we are stuck inside our borders, people are desperate for a touch of travel, whether it be an exotic Instagram post or an armchair read.”

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