We've got all the latest industry news from the business travel sector, including airline and hotel news, government updates and all the latest tech developments that impact the world of corporate travel.
Attended by a mix of travel management companies, travel bookers, travel tech companies and business travellers, the one-day conference had a series of expert-led discussions around some of the issues and challenges in the industry.
The finalists of the IBM iX everywoman in Travel Awards have been announced - including FCM's General Manager, Joanna Greenfield, who's up for the Executive Leader award...
At FCM, we aim to inform our clients of how Brexit may impact their travel programmes. We have set out in this document some key areas of your company’s travel programme that could be impacted.
Virgin Atlantic announced its intention to expand its strategic partnership with The Air France-KLM Group and Delta Air Lines to offer its customers access to the most comprehensive transatlantic route network via an extensive joint venture
Diplomatic and economic sanctions have recently been imposed on Qatar by its neighbors Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain as well as Egypt and others.
The nations of Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have announced they are cutting ties with Qatar because of what they claim is the country's ongoing support of terrorism and Islamist groups.
For the seventh consecutive year, we've been recognised as one of the UK’s best workplaces in the large category (businesses with 500+ employees)
British Airways announced a series of Executive Club benefits for business travellers and frequent flyers. Executive Club members can once again reserve seats without charge on hand baggage-only fares.
Flight Centre founder Graham Turner and his wife, Jude Turner, launched a collaboration with the University of Queensland and committed more than $18.5 million to a south-east Queensland conservation project.
Following the new restrictions that came into force on March 25, Qatar Airways, Emirates and Etihad have decided to offer laptops, tablets and handling services on all their US-bound flights.
Following the US, the British government has announced a cabin baggage ban on laptops on direct passenger flights to the UK from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.
Freezing fog and subzero temperatures have brought fresh travel disruption to the UK. Both Heathrow and London City have told passengers to expect delays and cancellations