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GBTA Poll Sees Renewed Levels of Optimism as Bookings Resumed

Companies look to introduce domestic and essential travel
Alexandria, VA — Higher levels of optimism in the business travel sector have started to appear according to new research issued today by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA). Domestic and essential business travel will likely resume first, especially with industry standardized health and safety standards. “For the first time…

Travel Experience Impacts Retention and Reduces Corporate Turn Over

Study Also Finds Buyers Have Limited Metrics About Traveler Experience
(CHICAGO) August 7, 2019 – Most travel buyers agree companies can improve employee retention or reduce turnover through various traveler-centric efforts. These include travel upgrades such as business class (80%), better quality technology (80%), more traveler-centric policies (77%), additional time off for frequent travel (73%), better customer service from their…

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American-Qantas Joint Venture Gets Final Approval For those traveling to Australia, this is a big breakthrough. The U.S. Department of Transportation has given the final go-ahead for American Airlines and Qantas, Australia’s leading carrier. The joint venture has been a long time in the making. The two airlines had applied…

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Airlines Extend Cancellations of 737 Max The 737 Max is staying out of commission. United Airlines announced on Sunday that the aircraft will remain grounded until Nov. 3. That is longer than originally planned. American Airlines said it will not fly the plane until Nov. 2. The jet has been…
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