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IATA welcomes Single European Sky announcement

Airline tickets are the most common target of holiday booking fraud
Monday 17th June 2013

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said that it welcomes the European Commission’s plans to bolster the legislative basis for a Single European Sky (SES).

SES is intended to provide a standard legal framework for aviation across the whole of the European Union. Depending on the flow of air traffic, the sky across Europe is divided into a series of blocks which...

IPW survey: companies that travel succeed

Business travel
Friday 14th June 2013

Business which invest in corporate travel are more likely to be successful than those that cut back their travel budgets, according to a new study.

Research from Oxford Economics presented at IPW 2013 (originally known as International Powwow) showed that the US businesses which grew faster during the recession were the ones which had continued to spend money on travelling for...

Value added services make TMCs indispensable

Rail travel is becoming more important
Friday 14th June 2013

Travel management companies know only too well that business travel is complicated. It’s getting more complex as time goes on. Governments are investing in infrastructure that opens up a world of new options to corporate travellers, and as companies increasingly look overseas for growth, the volume and complexity of business journeys will only increase.

For many corporate...

Business travel to rise as firms eye overseas growth

Business travel is expected to rise
Thursday 13th June 2013

Companies are looking further afield for growth and expecting to spend more on business travel to facilitate expansion, a new study shows, indicating rising pressure on travel management systems in the future.

American Express’ Latest Global Business and Spending Monitor...

IAG sees premium seats drop

British Airways is one of IAG's airlines reporting a drop in premium seat sales
Tuesday 11th June 2013

International Airlines Group (IAG) has reported a drop in the number of premium seats sold last month.

The group, which includes British Airways and Spanair, posted a decline of 2.9 per cent in premium traffic in May compared to the same month last year.

In its statement on the monthly traffic figures, IAG explained that the double bank holiday and an earlier UK half-term...

What does NDC mean for travel management companies?

Online booking could see big changes as a result of NDC
Monday 10th June 2013

Travel management companies are constantly trying to stay ahead of the game in this fast-changing industry, and just as soon as you’re used to one system another takes its place.

But though companies are comfortable with the travel booking systems they already use, concerns have been raised about the impact...

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