Travel managers have their work cut out sifting through updated information and guidance; taking a flexible approach is essential in today’s fluid landscape

As the world slowly starts to open up again with some countries now getting the Covid-19 pandemic under control, so corporate travel managers have their…..

Business leaders believe we are still in the Covid-19 survival phase and the majority still want to limit international travel

There has been a marked improvement in sentiment about the three-month outlook for the global economy from business leaders based on the findings of the…..

A ‘dire winter outlook’ is the prognosis for European aviation, according to CAPA’s new Air Capacity Models

A number of countries in Europe were hit particularly hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. The United Kingdom has recorded the largest number of fatalities –…..

Face-to-face meetings slipping further into future as the confidence of business travel planners wanes

According to the i-meet.com weekly survey of over 2000 business travel planners, their confidence in starting up face-to-face meetings has moved further and further away…..

The seesaw of sentiment – safety concerns remain, but they are not enough to deter travel plans

New research from global hotel guest acquisition platform SiteMinder has found that safety concerns among travellers in Australia, Germany and the United States are not…..

WTTC believes testing and tracing based on medical evidence is one path to ensuring people can enjoy safe travels in the ‘new normal’

Technological advances, enhanced mobility and more affordable travel have enabled an unprecedented rise in the number of travellers over the past few decades with more…..

New research reveals when corporates expect to resume travel and those in the mining and construction sectors will lead the way

The majority of organisations will take a phased approach to resuming domestic and international business travel over the next 12 months according to the first…..