The Global Business Travel Association's aviation committee last month released a new airline RFP toolkit. The committee wants it to become an industry standard like GBTA's hotel RFP. Getting there will take some work, but the initiative looks like a step forward in comparing various flavors of airline pricing.
The committee started by dusting off GBTA's eight-year-old airline RFP template. Consultants and TMCs created several variants. These evolved to account for alliance/joint venture contracting . . .