April 13, 2021

BTA

Dealt another blow

Clive Wratten, CEO of the Business Travel Association, vents his frustration after the PM's non-announcement this week and hopes for more clarity on April 12

PM: Too soon to confirm travel restart

The Prime Minister’s announcement about international travel is “beyond disappointing”, according to Business Travel Association (BTA).

BTA: UK must lead the way on travel recovery

The Business Travel Association has made a submission to the Global Travel Taskforce calling for the UK to lead the international community in implementing global standards on testing and health certification.

Faces of Business Travel: Jayne Thorn

Jayne Thorn, Head of Category Management Services for the Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium, speaks to the BTA for its Faces of Business Travel campaign,...

News in brief: Air Canada, Marriott and more

Air Canada today has made a long-term commitment to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions throughout its global operations by 2050

Join the BTA’s Faces of Business Travel campaign

A campaign has launched this week to share business travel stories to help strengthen the economic argument for an effective roadmap back to travel. The BTA’a Faces of Business Travel campaign, supported by The Business Travel Magazine, hopes to influence government and public understanding of business travel by focussing on the stories of people who travel for work.

Industry saddened by news of Baxter Hoare

Baxter Hoare Travel, one of the UK’s oldest TMCS, has ceased trading after 138 years.

Road to recovery

Clive Wratten, CEO of the Business Travel Association, explains why he is feeling more upbeat about the return of business travel

Faces of Business Travel: Wayne Garvie

In a new BTA campaign, supported by The Business Travel Magazine, Wayne Garvie, President International Production at Sony Pictures, explains why travel is vital for season five of the hit series, The Crown.

SilverDoor partners with carbon offset specialist

Serviced apartments group, SilverDoor, has signed a partnership with Trees4Travel to offset its carbon footprint through the planting of indigenous trees and reforestation.

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