Wayfarer TV global exclusive: Los Angeles Tourism CEO Adam Burke on what’s hot and new in the City of Angels

by James Wilkinson

It’s an exciting time for the City of Angels, with Los Angeles playing host to major sporting events, gaining new flights from across America and around the world, welcoming stunning new hotels and proving more popular for Australians and Brits than ever before.

From the Super Bowl to the College Football Championship, new hotels, art galleries, restaurants and dozens of additional flights from across the world, Los Angeles is firmly happening right now.

Since the re-opening of global borders, California’s largest metropolis has been one of the world’s most in-demand cities and the destination keeps getting better with more new openings and events.

To find out the latest in the city, Wayfarer Host and Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, spoke exclusively on camera to Los Angeles Tourism President and CEO, Adam Burke, in Sydney recently and to view the video, click on the YouTube image above.


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It’s an exciting time for United, with the carrier dramatically increasing Australian services and debuting new United Clubs across the network.

To find out the latest at the airline, Wayfarer host Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, exclusively spoke on camera to United Airlines’ Managing Director of Worldwide Sales, Marcel Fuchs, in Sydney recently and to view the video, click on the YouTube video below.