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UATP Helped Solve The Unused Ticket Dilemma, But Airline Policies Vary

As the pandemic emerged and unused airline tickets piled up, UATP became a popular way to store the credit for future use. If you’re confused…

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Posted in Distribution Suppliers

Some Things Happened In Airline Distribution This Year, Part Two

There’s a line of thinking that says the pandemic is widening a gap between Amadeus and its key rivals, Sabre and Travelport. Not only was…

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Posted in Careers Negotiating Suppliers

Rising Diversity And Inclusion Awareness Highlights How Much More There Is To Do

With growing awareness this year about the work needed for greater diversity and inclusion, and the benefits of taking it on, the travel community has…

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Posted in Careers Negotiating Risk Suppliers

Reporter’s Notebook: Corporate Travel Managers Discuss Changed Responsibilities, Altered Supplier Relationships And Added Value

Already a profession with a varied set of responsibilities, corporate travel management evolved with the pandemic’s onset. Creating or maintaining relationships with other internal departments…

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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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Flight Centre Buys WhereTo, A Booking Tool Used By Walmart

Flight Centre Travel Group acquired WhereTo, a travel booking software provider used by businesses including Walmart. The parties didn’t disclose terms of the deal, which…

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With Support Wilting, Solombrino Apologizes And GBTA Board Hires Trusted Legal Partner To Investigate New Allegations

Readers, please note our Disclosure about conflicts of interest at the bottom of this article. The GBTA board of directors asked law firm Polsinelli to…

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