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THE Flight Centre Travel Group (FLT) continues to respond to the challenges posed by COVID-19 and the unprecedented travel restrictions that are in place to slow its spread.
Corporate Traveller announced today the launch of its new online travel policy benchmarking tool. Designed to maximise efficiencies and provide valuable insight to customers who wish to see how their programs compare to others around the world, the new tool enables businesses to monitor expenditures, elevate the traveller experience and mitigate risk, all from their own computer.
Fifty percent of organisations have begun travelling again, but with stipulations, according to the third phase of a combined multinational ‘State of the Market’ survey by Flight Centre Travel Group’s corporate brands.
Flight Centre Travel Group Lands Record Amount of New Business for Corporate Travel Amid Global Pandemic
Flight Centre Travel Group released its year-end results on 27 August for its 2020 Fiscal Year, which show an optimistic future for its corporate brands despite a major downturn in the travel industry.
Earlier this year business travel as we knew it came to a complete stop and travellers the world over found themselves at grounded. Since then employees have learned how to communicate with their team members and check in with their customers via video conferencing, and the thought of taking a business trip feels like a long distant memory.
The way we think about and do business travel is completely changing, and the safety and wellbeing of travellers is more important than ever.
Flight Centre Travel Group’s Corporate Business Delivers Record Results While Achieving Cash Flow Targets
Flight Centre Travel Group’s (FCTG) corporate business has delivered a record amount of new accounts during a challenging period for the travel industry.
Most companies will only resume business travel if their organisation deems it safe to do so, according to the second poll in a multi-national ‘State of the Market’ study by Flight Centre Travel Group’s corporate travel division.
The majority of corporates will take a phased approach to resuming domestic and international business travel over the next 12 months according to the first phase of a multinational ‘State of the Market’ study.
Qantas and Jetstar will roll out a series of wellbeing improvements to give peace-of-mind in preparation for domestic travel restrictions easing. The ‘Fly Well’ program will be rolled out from 12 June.