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Club Travel Corp. welcomes former Travelex head honcho

Kananelo Makhetha will assume the role of Club Travel Corporate Chief Executive on April 1, 2019 based at Club Travel Corporate's Johannesburg office. Makhetha is...

Global average airline ticket price expected to drop by April

CWT Solutions Group forecasts global average ticket prices (ATP) for air bookings will drop to around US$673 by April, down just over 4% from...

Ebix offers to buy India’s largest corporate travel exchange

Ebix, Inc. today announced that it has sent a letter to the Board of Yatra Online, Inc., outlining its offer to acquire 100% of...

Tokyo named Asia’s Best “Bleisure” City

As corporate travel booms across Asia-Pacific, the concept of bleisure is gaining traction, spurring the region's cities to better integrate opportunities for leisure amid...

Travelport Digital and BCD Travel extend long-standing partnership

Travelport announced today that it has renewed its long-standing partnership with BCD Travel. With this new agreement, Travelport Digital will continue to collaborate on...

Dusit boosts global sales team

Dusit International, a Thailand hotel and property development company, has announced the appointment of new sales directors to head its Global Sales Offices in...

FCM announces Global NDC Team to drive industry collaboration

FCM Travel Solutions and parent company Flight Centre Travel Group have established a Global Airline Distribution Team to spearhead industry collaboration between technology and GDS...

Enterprise car rental to take over Deem

Enterprise Holdings will acquire travel technology company Deem.

ECPAT-USA expanding anti-human trafficking training to new areas of travel industry

New anti-human trafficking training is designed for travel management professionals, corporate travel managers, and those in the meeting and events industry.

FCM Ends 2018 on a High After Winning World’s Leading Travel...

FCM Travel Solutions, which has a presence in over 95 countries globally, is ending 2018 on a high after being named the World’s Leading Travel Management Company at the World Travel Awards for the eighth consecutive year.

Delta Air Lines carried 15.5 million passengers in ‘record’ November 2018

Delta Air Lines today reported operating performance for November 2018. The company carried 15.5 million customers across its broad global network, a record for...

Why cash isn’t king – IT&CM China Day 2 topic

SHANGHAI, China –Day two of IT&CM China opened with the Corporate Travel Forum. Delivering the address on performance improvement was Mr.

Global hotel rates for business travel come within 1 percent of...

DALLAS, Texas – Average hotel daily rates paid for corporate travel in August were within 1% of those paid pre-recession in August 2007 and 2008 globally, according to data released today by Pegasus

Top ten 2012 US meeting trends

The list of "Top Ten Meeting Trends for 2012" has been revealed by US-based hospitality management industry.

Global hotel rates outperform year-to-date pace in November

DALLAS, Texas – The leisure and corporate hotel markets returned solid results globally for bookings and rate growth in November, according to data released today.

Corporate travel credit card benefits – let me count the ways

Most every agency engages in the practice of allowing more than an average of 13.5 days for a corporate travel customer to pay for tickets issued.

IT&CMA and CTW 2010 opens today in Bangkok

BANGKOK, Thailand - In keeping with this year's theme, the organizers of IT&CMA and CTW 2010 are "redefining" delegates’ experience while contributing to corporate social responsibility by rolling o

Corporate travel executive admits $35M bogus trips fraud

NEW YORK — The head of a Nevada company that manages business travel for major corporations admitted Wednesday she booked bogus trips to net herself $17 million — money prosecutors say she spent o

Corporate travel buyers divided over new United

Corporate travel buyers are divided as to how the planned merger between United Airlines and Continental Airlines will affect their travel programs, though a clear majority said U.S.

Loews CEO Tisch: US did a “good job of killing” hotel...

Jim Tisch, the leader of Loews Corp., said the U.S.

National Business Travel Association: Government gets C+ on corporate travel

When it comes to dealing with issues and policies affecting the corporate travel industry, the National Business Travel Association (NBTA) has given the U.S. government a C+, it announced last week.

Corporate travel: Slow but steady rise in business demand

Clear evidence of both resurgent transaction volumes and, at least in the airline sector, improving revenue trends, has meant that corporate travel demand, after finally turning positive in late 2009,

Resort ‘discrimination’ addressed by Congress

When it comes to luring convention- and conference-goers this winter, sun-drenched resort towns may be too much fun for their own good.

Corporate travel is in retreat, thanks to AIG

The bailed-out AIG's lavish junket has led U.S. companies to cancel $1 billion in conferences so far this year.
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