Latest Corporate Traveller News
Accor has vowed to remove all single-use plastic items from its hotels by end-2022.
Air NZ’s non-stop Auckland-New York flights are now open for booking.
Virgin Australia and All Nippon Airways (ANA) will implement codeshare flights and launch reciprocal frequent flyer benefits for their members.
Marriott commits to sustainability. Visit any hotel within Marriott International’s network of 740 properties across Asia Pacific and you’ll see first-hand how this global hotel chain is reforming its operations for a more sustainable future.
Corporate Traveller and FCTG have unveiled an innovative new program that allows its people to share sick leave entitlements with colleagues who are in need.
Flight Centre Travel Group’s first Merry Muster raises over $17,500 for Dalby community.
Corporate Traveller and parent company Flight Centre Travel Group have become one of the first global travel management companies to achieve NDC Level 4 certification by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), currently the highest level of IATA’s NDC certification program.
Jetstar ground crew and baggage handlers have announced they will walk off the job on Friday 13 December 2019.
The winners of Flight Centre Travel Group’s Indigenous creative art competition have been announced.
Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) has partnered with Baidam Solutions, a 100% Australian owned and operated First Nations information technology business, to help foster the growth of Indigenous young Australians pursuing careers in cyber security.
This week’s historic flight marks only the second time in history that a commercial airline has flown direct from London to Sydney.
The Qantas Group will reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 in a major expansion of the airline’s commitment to a more sustainable aviation industry.