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Covid Cancellations Sank Original TravelPerk Flexibility Program, But With Tweaks It Endures

TravelPerk in April 2020 lost money on its flexibility program. The Barcelona-based travel management company’s FlexiPerk option had promised participating clients recovery of at least…

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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 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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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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Managing Unused Airline Tickets When Cash Is King

[UPDATE, April 6, 2020: Airlines must refund ticket and optional services purchases for flights they canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to the U.S….

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Unused Tickets Still Require (Micro) Management

Back in the day, business travelers used physical airline tickets. This helped, though did not ensure, that when non-refundable tickets went unused, credits would be…

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