Airlines say they are limiting the number of passengers on flights in an effort to maintain social distancing. Anecdotally, though, plenty of flights are full. Airline approaches vary, the situation will be fluid and there are no guarantees. World Travel Inc. is building a tool to inject some confidence by showing how full flights booked by client travelers are getting.
Introduced last month, the travel management company's WorldWatch disruption management platform offers travel managers some familiar functions. These include access to traveler whereabouts based on booked itineraries, real-time flight status updates, country risk ratings and . . .