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High-speed change is the new disruptor in the travel industry and the rate of change in the next three years is going to shape and transform society for the next 100 years in a way that we’ve never seen.
The first of Qantas’ upgraded A380s welcomed its first passengers this week, delivering a new level of comfort for customers travelling on the national carrier’s largest aircraft.
Virtual travel assistant adds human touch to Savi The next development phase for Corporate Traveller’s new online booking tool, Savi, will enable Travel Bookers and travellers to chat to a lifelike, virtual travel assistant.
Corporate travellers facing flight delays or unexpected changes will soon have on-the-spot assistance thanks to the latest developments in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) arena.
It was a case of all hands-on deck for three-days straight for a team of usually office-bound professionals, who successfully built a new home for a family in Fiji.
From the implementation of AI and technology innovation, to new distribution channels, emerging category trends and socially responsible policies, Illuminate 2019 provided a deep dive into the trends and topics shaping the future of the corporate travel sector.
Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) and Uber for Business have launched a unique partnership that will see Uber for Business services fully integrated with the booking ,expense management systems and security policies used for corporate travel programs.
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!