The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) has released its annual BTI Outlook, which predicts that business travel will fully recover by 2024 – a year earlier than originally predicted.
Let’s have a look at the key travel trends and values that will shape the industry in 2022.
Frequent business travelers are typically offered the most flexible rates, but now workers tentatively returning to the office are being targeted.
Qantas and Accor now allow members of Qantas Frequent Flyer and Accor Live Limitless programmes to be rewarded twice when they fly with the airline and stay at one of Accor’s hotels.
Flying First Class is the ultimate goal of any frequent flyer aficionado. After all, who doesn’t like having a suite or even a private ‘room’ on a plane, with Champagne practically on tap?
As the airline industry struggles to recover from a deep, pandemic-induced slump, another crisis is looming in the crucial business travel market, according to a new report.
Some airlines risk failure if they do not cut carbon emissions quicker in the next three to five years due to a mismatch between short-term corporate travel targets and the airline industry’s 2050 net zero target.
We have compiled nine concepts to keep in mind as we think about how the 2020 global pandemic will shape the business travel industry in the future, as discussed in the 2021 EY webcast.
The team at Reho Travel has decided to open up their head office as a place for you to Rehome your leisure, corporate or group clients.
“We’re all in the same boat,” was an often-quoted line in 2020, however I don’t agree. To paraphrase a British author, we’re all in the same storm but in very different boats.