Business travel confidence is at an all-time high now that quarantine and testing measures have been removed in most countries, there’s more airline capacity and fewer disruptions.
Corporate Traveller is excited to share their newest quarterly trend report. Most regions are reporting 90%+ airline capacity, with major air carriers like United Airlines, American Airlines, & Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific forecasted to exceed pre-pandemic levels in 2023.
In a world where everything has become remote, touchless, automated and sanitised, it is increasingly apparent that humans crave personal connection more than they desire seamless perfection.
Catchphrases like “travelling lightly,” “going green,” and “green travel” are everywhere in the travel industry. SMEs and companies of all sizes are expected to do more than talk the talk, and are being challenged to make real, impactful changes. It's more than knowing a thing or two about carbon offsets.
The pandemic has added new layers of complexity to business travel. Protecting the health and wellbeing of your travellers means a travel policy is more important than ever. But how do you build a good policy?
While the purpose of each trip might differ, there are 5 main travel goals that every business hopes to achieve: smart savings; keeping travellers on the straight and narrow; safe, risk-free travel; sustainable travel; and, ultimately, happy travellers.
2021 is in the rearview mirror. It was a big year for risk alerts, as you can imagine! Now it's time to look to 2022 and beyond in this report
As line items go – business travel can pack a punch. Travel costs can climb quickly but don't panic; there are ways to deliver a lot more, with less.
Flexibility, facts & communication are vital and travellers need to know that you’ve got their back when they’re on the road. Your travel policy needs to reflect this new world of agility, health and safety
Implementing a new workplace system — whether it’s for health and safety, invoicing, security, IT or business travel — requires changes in behaviour from staff to succeed. The technical challenges of introducing new technology or admin processes often pale in comparison to the most significant change obstacle of all: internal resistance.
In the past, many start-ups, smaller companies and SMEs opted to book their own flights, accommodation and car hire. Enjoying the independence and relative ease of unmanaged travel. Enter COVID-19. A certain virus has put the cat among the pigeons. Suddenly, unmanaged travel is a lot more complicated – and more and more organisations are turning to TMCs for specialist help.
The planet is fast-approaching a tipping point – but scientists say a climate catastrophe can be avoided if the world acts fast. We all have a role to play.
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