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Podcast – Rolling Back Airline Regulations And Nixing Consumer Protections – Episode 3

On episode three of The Business of Travel, GBTA takes on the potential rollback of consumer protections as part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) “deregulatory” initiatives. The DOT has asked the airlines to suggest changes or cuts to regulations as part of a broad initiative from President Trump…

Throwback Thursday – GBTA, The Early Years

This August in San Diego, GBTA will host its 50th Annual Convention. We are excited to celebrate this milestone with all of you. Leading up to Convention, we will be featuring Throwback Thursday (#TBT) posts every week on the GBTA Blog sharing pieces of history from the annual Convention, the travel management industry and general travel history. All of these pieces of history have helped the travel industry and GBTA Convention become what they are today.

What Everyone New to Managed Travel Should Know

Travel management encompasses a variety of industry players: non-profit corporations, hoteliers, small and medium-sized enterprises, airlines, travel management companies, data consolidators, consultants that act as a liaison between buyers and suppliers – the list goes on and on. Despite the wealth of available information, diving into managed travel as an individual with little to no experience

GBTA Foundation Continues to Deliver Quality Education for Travel Professionals Across Latin America

The GBTA Foundation just wrapped up the successful delivery of its Fundamentals of Business Travel Management course at the Belo Horizonte Othon Palace Hotel in Brazil. The event was made possible by the support of GOL Airlines. As part of an innovative and comprehensive program to further develop the travel management profession in Latin America,

Risk, Mobility and Consumerization Were the Hot Topics of GBTA Conference 2016 Frankfurt in Partnership with VDR

GBTA, VDR Wrap Successful Event With Record Attendance The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) – the voice of the global business travel industry – and German business travel buyer association VDR – wrapped up their third successful joint conference in Europe this week with record attendance. The event brought together over 950 attendees from 20+

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