The leaves turn yellow, the mornings are colder and the nights come earlier. And with this begins Hotel RFP (request for proposal) season. As the person responsible for overseeing your corporate travel, you’ve probably already received several emails, calls or even visits from hotel sales managers, all hungry for your business. But before signing a contract that may seem like a great deal, take a step back and consider a few important points.
Hannah Sampson recently posted "Why Zika Is a Complicated Concern" on Skift.com that raises very important information and thoughts in regards to corporate travel.
Cliché, I know… As an Account Manager, I am often asked this question and there is no short answer to it.
Service is back in fashion! An emerging theme among many of the best-performing brands this year was an increase in service initiatives with hotels revamping their training programs from bell hops to general managers with the focus on SERVICE.
Delta Comfort+™ fares are now available in select international markets, making it easier to buy Delta Comfort+ and shop Delta's menu of branded products.
Canada’s new passport requirements were due to come into effect late September
Many organizations see their travel policy as a tool of enforcement, ready and waiting to crack down on those big spenders who are wasting the company's money. Over recent years, we are seeing a shift that places increasing levels of emphasis on the traveller experience and being considerate and respectful of the time they are willing to spend on the road.
Status match is back and this time, it’s even easier for you to experience Gold. If you have top-tier status with another airline OR travel rewards program, they may be eligible.
Important improvements are being made to Air Canada's eUpgrade program. Please find the details below: