Posted in Service Suppliers

Op Ed: Louise Miller On Travel Service Challenges Amid A Choppy Return

Deteriorated or insufficient travel services will be a reality for some as volumes recover. Demanding corporate travelers and their managers, generally satisfied with their service…

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Posted in Negotiating Suppliers

Adding Air, Tripbam Begins Evolution To Corporate Travel Spend Management Platform

Known as a corporate hotel program aide, Tripbam is spreading its wings into the air category. It plans to mimic its lodging capabilities and capture…

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Posted in Risk

One 18-Hour Flight, Four Coronavirus Infections

Benedict Carey is a science reporter with The New York Times. His article is republished here with permission as part of our licensing program. We…

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Posted in Negotiating Policy Suppliers

Ditching Change Fees Has Big Implications For Corporate Travel Management

The elimination of change fees by Alaska, American, Delta and United is good news for business travelers and corporate travel programs. It also generates new…

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Posted in Reporting Suppliers

Op Ed: Liam Moroney On Analyzing Airline Traffic Recovery Trends

Rocketrip has been crunching TSA data to create projections on the pace of the rebound in air traffic. As vice president of marketing Liam Moroney…

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Feeling The Burn, Travel Suppliers Focus On Cash And Cost Cuts

Lodging and transportation companies lost money in the first quarter and they’re losing more during the second. What matters now is shoring up liquidity and…

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Posted in Negotiating Service Suppliers

Op Ed: Neil Hammond On Managing The Resumption Of Corporate Air Travel

Travel buyers are three to five weeks into navigating the Covid-19 emergency. Those first weeks were dominated by crisis response, cancelations, repatriations, internal communications and…

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