China is preparing to open the world’s largest airport terminal, Beijing Daxing International Airport. What can business travellers expect from this new gateway to the world’s second largest economy?
Travel managers needs the systems and analytics to mine the available data and translate those insights into actions that will drive savings. It’s the data that enables the travel manager to see the bigger picture. But how do you turn the insight the data can provide into actual savings? Read on for more...
The value of working with a TMC can be quantified in many ways, from cost savings, user satisfaction and traveller safety to time-saving processes, greater visibility of spend and even employee engagement. So where does the TMC fit in, and how can travel managers ensure they leverage maximum value from its TMC relationship? Read on for 5 tips to ensure those outcomes.
At this point in time all travellers and members of the FCM community have been marked safe; but we are continuing to monitor whereabouts and the safety of our travellers, our staff and our partners in the area.
Most travel management programs in Asia are designed for large corporations. So, in theory, SMEs are missing out. Or are they? Read on to find out how SMEs can approach business travel management to make the most out of it.
As per the U.S Department of Homeland Security (DHS), effective 30 June 2018, passengers traveling on flights bound for the United States may be subjected to additional security measures to prohibit powder-based substances greater than 12oz/350ml in carry-on baggage.
Find out where to buy China train tickets and collection method for tickets booked online.
The New Zealand Customs and Excise Act of 2018 empowers New Zealand Border Security staff to demand that travellers provide the password or passcode to their personal electronic devices and/or unlock them for inspection. Here's what you need to know.
Business travel may drive company prosperity but it can have consequences for traveller health. What might improve traveller satisfaction?
In October 2018, the UAE government introduced additional requirements for people travelling to or via the nation with certain medications. Here's what you need to know.
A number of ways the travel industry could employ blockchain have already been identified. Amadeus in its report on the technology highlights loyalty schemes and the potential to make them more user-friendly, identity management, baggage tracking and simplifying payments.
According to UK-based air intelligence company, travellers, if given the choice, would consider a broad mix of web, chat and social platforms to book their travel through.