Airline a la carte ancillary revenues are continuing to rise – they are now seen as a ‘necessary step for all airlines that want to stay relevant’

The birthplace of airline a la carte revenue – Europe – continues to lead the globe in annual growth for this key sales component, but…..

Corporate travel delivers a competitive business advantage – companies with a strong travel culture are proved to be better equipped to innovate

In a world of flex or fail, agile companies that innovate clearly have a competitive advantage. So the question becomes – how can leaders help…..

UFI aims to remain resilient as global exhibitions and events are in the coronavirus spotlight

The global exhibitions and events industry is aiming to remain resilient in challenging times as the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak continues to impact the sector…..

Health and wellness, bleisure and brand loyalty are the big trends for 2020 – but Lola.com’s new research also provides some personal insights into US business traveller habits

The traveller landscape is evolving and corporate traveller preferences are changing. New research from travel management company Lola.com has identified the “big three potential game…..

SiteMinder’s top distribution channels highlights ‘direct booking strategies for hotels and the growth strategies of the travel industry’s consolidation-hungry giants’

Global hotel industry guest acquisition platform, SiteMinder, has revealed its annual lists of the distribution channels that brought the highest booking revenue to hotels over…..

The world’s most valuable loyalty programmes – US airlines lead the way

Whether it is receiving a free coffee at our favourite café, shopping at one brand of stores, even supporting our friends, colleagues, team mates and…..

‘Most airports are effective monopolies’ and then ‘there are airports that have market power’ – two differing definitions, but which is true?

Two seemingly contradictory trains of thought emerged from last week’s CAPA Qatar Aviation Aeropolitical and Regulatory Summit in Doha when the subject of airport activity…..

The ‘Doha Declaration 2020’ – CAPA and Qatar Airways urge for greater industry collaboration to deliver a sustainable future framework

Most conferences see a lot of useful discussions, but not necessarily actions. CAPA – Centre for Aviation, a trusted source of market intelligence for the…..

The coronavirus outbreak is in the spotlight, but will the return of the MAX actually be the biggest threat for corporate travel programmes in 2020?

Airlines are ending flights into mainland China, even Hong Kong, where Cathay Pacific is now asking its employees to take three weeks of unpaid leave…..

Short-term rental managers feel that the industry is now more competitive, but also more complicated, as online booking platforms help them find new business

More and more corporate travellers are now looking beyond traditional hotel stays when travelling for business, especially when it encompasses longer stays. Alongside changes in…..