June 14, 2024

Sasha Wood

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Corporate Traveller streamlines bookings for SMEs

Specialist SME TMC Corporate Traveller has released Seeqa Lite, a streamlined version of its main online booking tool.

Travel and Transport launches first wellbeing service

Travel and Transport has launched a new service offering practical, trip-specific wellbeing recommendations directly to travellers.

Heathrow Express rolls out new fleet

Train operator Heathrow Express will roll out a new fleet of upgraded trains this summer with new Business First and Express carriages, plus a range of new features and more luggage space.

Air New Zealand unveils economy sleeping pods

Air New Zealand has unveiled a new sleeping pod prototype for economy class travellers called the Economy Skynest, which will feature six full-length lie-flat beds in a bunk-bed configuration.

Blueground unveils serviced apartments in London

Serviced apartments provider Blueground has added the first properties in London to its fast-growing portfolio that includes mid and long-term corporate rentals in key business cities around the world.

Traveldoo enhances expenses tool

Expedia’s travel and expense technology arm Traveldoo has introduced a new fully digital expense management solution, which it says will provide customers with a ready-to-use paperless system that’s accessible and simple to use.

Travel Counsellors appoints first corporate travel MD

Independent travel company Travel Counsellors has appointed Kieran Hartwell as its first managing director for Travel Counsellors for Business, following significant growth in the corporate travel side of the company.

BA ups South Africa and US flight frequency

British Airways is adding more flights to some of its most popular destinations in the US and South Africa for the spring period.

Locke debuts second London aparthotel

Boutique hospitality brand Locke is set to debut its second London property next month with the opening of Locke at Broken Wharf.

EasyJet reveals early offsetting progress

In its first quarter as a carbon neutral airline, easyJet offset 800,000 tons of carbon from all 9 million passengers at a cost of £25million, making it the biggest purchaser of carbon credits in the world.