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Airlines Say It’s Safe To Fly, Travelers Are Skeptical — Who’s Right?

By Kelly Yamanouchi of the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. This article is republished here with permission as part of our licensing program. We welcome your comments….

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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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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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Buyers Welcome Delta’s New No-Hassle Name Changes On Corporate Tickets

Delta Air Lines informed corporate accounts last week that it would allow no-fee name changes on unused tickets and ease the process of applying credits…

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What We’re Seeing Is Unprecedented, But ‘Ignore’ The Notion That Corporate Travel Is Uniquely Altered

For a while, there was some debate as to whether the crisis now facing travel businesses is worse than what they went through after the…

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Travel Management Companies Cut Jobs In Face Of Coronavirus Impact On Corporate Travel Demand

Multiple corporate travel agencies said they had made the difficult decision to lay off employees as a result of the coronavirus-related drop in corporate travel….

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Posted in Suppliers Sustainability

Airlines Design New Ways For Corporate Clients To Mitigate Environmental Impacts

Amid policy debates over fuel taxes and dissatisfaction with carbon offsets, two Europe-based carriers this summer stepped up to provide customers a direct means to…

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