Latest Corporate Traveller News
The pricing and packaging of airline content such as airfares, seats and other air-related products is set to undergo a major change in Australia.
New Zealand will implement an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) as a new security and facilitation measure that will help speed things up at the border.
Qantas Frequent Flyers will soon pay less fees for international reward flights, have access to more seats and enjoy more rewards
New planned direct services from Brisbane to Chicago and Brisbane to San Francisco have been welcomed by Flight Centre Travel Group
SMEs today should give themselves a pat on the back for the massive contribution they make every day to the country’s economic health.
If you’re like many Australians in the workforce, you have financial goals beyond making ends meet. According to the Australian Securities and Investment Commission, 53% of Australians say saving for a holiday is their top goal, followed by...
How to motivate your staff and keep an engaged workforce is one of the biggest questions plaguing employers today. After all, highly engaged employees are more likely to stay with a company and contribute to their growth and success.
This is the world’s first-ever waste-free flight, and it’s serving as a prototype for the future.
Travel industry veteran Tom Walley has been appointed General Manager for Corporate Traveller Australia.
Accor announced today (1 May 2019) it will open its ninth Art Series hotel in Perth’s CBD in October 2019.
When Corporate Traveller recently announced the result of a competition running in collaboration with AccorHotels, the winner turned out to be a long time, regular guest of the group’s properties.
The transformation of high-end hotel lobbies into ‘micro-communities’ - places where hotel guests and locals can enjoy a mix of goods and services is becoming a popular trend in the hotel sector.