Articles tagged “advito”

Business Travel

The New Strategies Around One-Day Business Trips

One company's decision to quiz people when booking same-day travel shows yet again how the pandemic will influence future behaviors.

The New Strategies Around One-Day Business Trips

Business Travel

Will New Business Class Fares Woo Back Corp Travelers?

After Emirates, now low-cost carrier Zipair is offering a "basic" business-class product. The concept sounds great, but convincing company travel buyers could be a challenge.

Will New Business Class Fares Woo Back Corp Travelers?

Business Travel

How United Airlines Is Crowdsourcing Corporate Clients to Rebuild Routes

Admire the simplicity of United Airlines’ plan to rebuild its route network for businesses — but question its accuracy.

How United Airlines Is Crowdsourcing Corporate Clients to Rebuild Routes

Business Travel

Hotels Might Not Like Where Corporate Rate Discussions Are Heading

Hotel corporate program strategies aren’t straightforward at the best of times. A new “dual rate” pricing model could make lives easier for travel managers, but a lot more complex for the properties their employees will be checking in to.

Hotels Might Not Like Where Corporate Rate Discussions Are Heading

Business Travel

Here’s What Will Happen Next to Corporate Airfares

In most cases it’s too soon to lock in future rates. But for those with creative minds, there are gains to be made in figuring out what might happen next.

Here’s What Will Happen Next to Corporate Airfares

Business Travel

Cheap Airfare Will Power Corporate Travel Growth in 2017 Says Report

Global conditions remain solid for global business travel next year. Hotels are cheap, and airfares are slated for a minor increase. Increased air travel options in China are making it easier for business travelers in North America to visit Asia's strongest economic power.

Cheap Airfare Will Power Corporate Travel Growth in 2017 Says Report