Richard Quest is CNN International’s host of “Quest Means Business” which is broadcast nightly from London at 7 pm GMT.

I met Richard back in 2008 on Air France’s Inaugural Open Skies Flight from London to LAX (here’s my video) and he’s the same in person as the charismatic character he is on TV.

The man travels a ton so he is constantly tweeting about the destinations he’s visiting, as well as the latest travel news and interesting articles. I like this one he tweeted the other day: “Excellent article in todays #IHT re CEO tweets http://nyti.ms/AzYnYf I always think CEOs who PR tweet are lame. Say something or say nothing!”

If you’re into travel, you might as well give him a follow.

For a list of my 2011 Tweeters of the Week, click here. You can also follow me on Twitter @JohnnyJet.

To see all the 2012 Tweeters of the Week, click here.

Johnny Jet
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