Latest Corporate Traveller News
What’s the better choice for business travel – apartments or hotels? The days of being restricted to over air-conditioned rooms, with a token work desk and set breakfast hours are long gone.
Qantas, Virgin Australia and Jetstar Airways have all banned Apple MacBook Pro laptops from being brought on board as checked baggage following global concerns about recalled batteries.
Flight Centre Travel Group has added to its line-up Uber’s Global Head of Uber for Business, Ronnie Gurion, at FCTG’s annual event dedicated to informing and providing insights into the global corporate travel industry.
The 2019 Global Business Travel Association conference presented a feast of topics covering all the latest and greatest from around the corporate travel sector. Find out what were the key insights from GBTA 2019.
If you’ve flown domestically out of Sydney lately, the chances are that your aircraft has been full to capacity – and the stats prove it. Two domestic Australian routes have ranked in world’s top ten busiest routes. See where they landed!
Is avoiding the stress you experience when flying part of your personal strategic plan? Find out how nervous flyers are benefiting from a new airline initiative.
The Corporate brands of the Flight Centre Travel Group are celebrating after being named in the The Australian Financial Review BOSS Most Innovative Companies list for 2019 last night in Sydney.
Learn more about the latest airfare trends and what changes in airfares during the past 12 months means for your travel program.
The growth in Asian markets is providing global business opportunities. This is what you need to know before you travel to Asia for business.
Travellers can expect a raft of benefits to come out of the new Qantas and American Airlines business partnership, recently approved by the US Department of Transportation.
Qantas is trialling a Preferred Seating product with options to purchase seats towards the front of the Economy cabin.
Mates4Mates provides life-changing support to veterans who have physical or psychological injuries as a result of their service, and their families.