A significant rebound in its global corporate travel business is expected by year-end as activity increases and as FCM starts to see stronger returns on the multi-million dollar investments made during the pandemic.
A rapidly evolving business travel landscape has been the catalyst for award-winning global travel management company FCM to transform its brand identity and take a fresh approach to developing a new tech platform.
We are delighted to share that FCM has been named World's Leading Travel Management Company at the World Travel Awards for the 10th year running! This marks the 10th year that FCM has brought home this award, and we’re truly honored to be recognised for this title.
FCM, the flagship business travel division of Flight Centre Travel Group, has been named Leading Travel Management Company for Oceania at the prestigious World Travel Awards.
It is exciting to see several major hotel developments planning to open in the main capital cities across Australia and New Zealand - some of which have already opened!
As a proud supporter of the Mental Health Foundation NZ, we’re getting behind Pink Shirt Day 2020. This October, people across Aotearoa will come together to stand for kindness and fundraise to support the kaupapa.
In NZ, 61% of survey participants have travelled domestically already or expect to travel within one to three months, and 38% anticipate starting to book international trips within three to six months.
Fifty percent of organisations have begun travelling again, but with stipulations, according to the third phase of a global ‘State of the Market’ survey by Flight Centre Travel Group’s corporate brands.
Flight Centre Travel Group released its year-end results on 27 August for its 2020 Fiscal Year, which show an optimistic future for its corporate brands despite a major downturn in the travel industry.
Flight Centre Travel Group’s (FCTG) corporate business has delivered a record amount of new accounts during a challenging period for the travel industry.
Domestic travel for business and government workers is on the rise in New Zealand, as booked travel hits 25% of pre-COVID levels. Read more from our General Manager Nick Queale in today's New Zealand article.
Most companies will only resume business travel if their organisation deems it safe to do so, according to the second poll in a multi-national ‘State of the Market’ study by Flight Centre Travel Group’s corporate travel division. The majority will also revamp their travel policies to reflect increased duty of care considerations post Covid-19.