October 2, 2022

Bev Fearis

Recent Posts

BTA looks to create single website for industry associations

BTA CEO Clive Wratten is calling for industry associations to join together to create a single website outlining what they do and the vital role they play for travel and tourism and the wider economy.

Nearly half of buyers say their OBT is not fit for purpose

Nearly half of travel managers say their existing online booking tool (OBT) is not ‘fit for purpose’ in the current environment, according to  a survey by ITM.

Virgin Atlantic to join SkyTeam alliance

Virgin Atlantic has announced that it will be joining the SkyTeam alliance in 2023.

Norse Atlantic Airways gets green light for UK flights

Norse Atlantic Airways has been given approval to start direct flights from the UK by the Civil Aviation Authority.

Canada to drop remaining Covid restrictions

Canada is lifting its remaining Covid-19 restrictions from October 1, including mandatory masks on aircraft, testing and quarantine.

BTA Chair calls for action over talent crisis

The BTA has appointed four new Board Directors at its annual conference in Belfast this week.

Three new faces at Festive Road

Festive Road has added three new US-based 'Roaders' to support its expanding outsourced travel management services for global clients.

Advantage and Focus join Business Travel Ambassadors campaign

The momentum is building for the Business Travel Ambassadors campaign, which launched last week to help attract new talent into business travel and promote the sector as a career choice.

ASAP appoints Chair and three new Board members

The Association of Serviced Apartment Providers (ASAP) has appointed a new Chair and three new members to add to its Advisory Board.

Uber for Business adds sustainability insights to its dashboard

Uber for Business is introducing sustainability insights to its dashboard, enabling companies to track carbon emissions data, view and report on how frequently employees use low-emission journeys, and act on their ground transportation carbon emissions.