Articles tagged “travel and transport”

Airlines

Renewed Family Travel Tests Flexibility of Travel Businesses

With several weeks of summer still left, having a family vacation is still a possibility. But parents traveling with kids are getting smarter about how they're spending their money. If the industry wants to attract this billion dollar sector, appealing to their kids is the smart way to go.

Renewed Family Travel Tests Flexibility of Travel Businesses

Business Travel

Amex GBT Confident of Corporate Travel’s Return With Latest Acquisition

It's a strategic move to get a better foothold in the small and medium-sized company sector, and the future will be smaller.

Amex GBT Confident of Corporate Travel’s Return With Latest Acquisition

Business Travel

Australia’s Corporate Travel Management Keeps on Buying Up Its U.S. Rivals

From Brisbane to Nebraska, Corporate Travel Management's second takeover this year comes at a symbolic six months into the crisis. Are the floodgates now open to industry consolidation?

Australia’s Corporate Travel Management Keeps on Buying Up Its U.S. Rivals

Business Travel

Corporate Travel Agencies Remake On-Site Operations at Companies

Archaic throwback to the 1980s, or an indispensable service for the Covid-wary business traveler? Possibly the latter, but with a virtual twist.

Corporate Travel Agencies Remake On-Site Operations at Companies

Business Travel

Travel Managers Are Resetting Their Moral Compass on Liability Risk

There’s a clear dilemma about sending staff back out on the road, and who should have the final say, in this summer of second waves.

Travel Managers Are Resetting Their Moral Compass on Liability Risk

Business Travel

The Latest Corporate Travel Agency Invention? ‘The Journey Manager’

This travel management on steroids approach could backfire with yet another new title that will certainly confuse legacy players. By underlining all the complexities of travel, corporate clients may start to question if it's worth all the effort.

The Latest Corporate Travel Agency Invention? ‘The Journey Manager’

Business Travel

Laid-Off Corp Travel Agents Become Consultants: Will Clients Follow?

If downsizing is a natural correction to the peaks prior to coronavirus, so-called micro agencies are the logical next phase in the travel management cycle.

Laid-Off Corp Travel Agents Become Consultants: Will Clients Follow?

Business Travel

U.S. Relief Package Fails Larger Corporate Travel Agencies: Travel and Transport CEO

Kevin O’Malley has joined forces with the biggest agencies in a new lobbying group, but with the virus escalating, it's not guaranteed they'll be able to bend the ear of Washington.

U.S. Relief Package Fails Larger Corporate Travel Agencies: Travel and Transport CEO

Business Travel

A Consolidated Biz Travel Market Could Mean More Personalized Booking

Watching how adoption of new distribution technology plays out in this early stage can give us a look into what to expect in the future. Especially if direct distribution ever moves into other areas of travel booking, like hotels.

A Consolidated Biz Travel Market Could Mean More Personalized Booking