April 13, 2021

TripActions

News in brief: TripActions, Finnair and more

TripActions has unveiled a new travel and expense management platform, billing it as “the best thing to happen to finance since the spreadsheet”. Called...

To the rescue

Amid all the new complexities, could TMCs be the ones to help travel buyers find their way? Gill Upton investigates

TripActions hits out at legacy TMCs

By Bev Fearis, published 15/05/20 The co-founder of corporate travel management platform TripActions insisted his company will emerge from the pandemic in a ‘very...

Open for Business: HR’s Elevated Role in Business Travel

Open for Business is a series of conversations about corporate travel and expenses. We are speaking to the big-picture thinkers and the front-line decision-makers, the circles and squares charting the future of travel, technology, and corporate T&E management.

Safety first

The impact of coronavirus on the travel industry has been unprecedented but it has also brought into sharp focus an employer’s duty of care to its business travellers, writes Bev Fearis

Travel policy amends extend beyond China

Travel management company Travel & Transport says 81% of clients it surveyed have made some changes to their travel patterns to or within Asia amid ongoing concerns around coronavirus.

Seven days: the week’s business travel news in brief

London, Amsterdam and Vienna have been named the most-visited cities among European business travellers for the second consecutive year.

Lufthansa and TripActions join forces

Corporate travel management platform TripActions is joining forces with German airline Lufthansa via its digital business unit Lufthansa Innovation Hub.

TripActions adds Lufthansa Group NDC content

Business travel booking platform TripActions has expanded its inventory to include NDC content from Lufthansa Group airlines.

Flight shaming’ could slash air traffic growth

Climate change awareness and the Swedish concept of 'flygskam' or 'flight shaming' could have a major impact on air traffic growth, according to a new report from Swiss bank UBS.

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