The airline content distribution model for managing corporate travel is evolving. In recent years, there has been a lot of debate about new technology standards and processes, including New Distribution Capability (NDC), designed to improve the traveller booking experience.
In this survey, the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE) wants to learn about how you manage air fares and ancillaries and explore the potential challenges and opportunities associated with change.
Make sure your programme size and region are included in this study! ACTE wants to capture information from all programmes, regardless of size, scope or location.
This 7-minute survey gathers details on your travellers booking habits, related to airline content, and how those habits impact your programme. Don’t miss this opportunity to contribute!
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