It was inevitable. Following hotel bookings, air bookings are coming in full force to mobile devices for corporate travel. Concur, Egencia and several other travel management companies and booking tech providers already offer them through their mobile apps. American Express Global Business Travel and BCD Travel seem ready to follow in the near term. Carlson Wagonlit Travel started bringing the functionality to its mobile app in February in certain markets.

Perhaps on the cusp of ubiquity in managed travel programs, mobile air bookings bring a few considerations. One is traveler confusion. If there's an app from the designated online . . .

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