FCM brings you the biggest news this month from the hotel and airline loyalty space, including new programs, mergers, price changes and more.
The e-Visas will be valid for a 90 day stay in Brazil over a 12-month period, and once granted will be valid for a maximum of two years or the expiry date of the holder’s passport, whichever comes first.
After 13 years of delays, waivers, and extensions, a final deadline has been set for states to comply with the provisions of the REAL ID Act.
As technology propels us into the future, affecting so many aspects of our everyday lives, is it a surprise that it has now had its effect on payment and currency?
So with 2017 behind us and 2018 just beginning, FCM takes a look how technology will shape the industry in the year ahead.
The Business Travel industry has an annually increasing volume of procurement/supplier centric and educational events for buyers and travel managers alike to attend throughout the year, ranging from intimate seminars to huge trade shows.
The brainchild of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), NDC is an XML standard that will enable TMCs and other third parties to present the full range of airline products and services in one seamless transaction.
These days, connectivity is a basic consumer need and hyper-connectivity is increasingly an expectation. So, it’s not surprising that the quality of digital experience available to the traveler is now as important as price or availability.
Our mobile and electronic devices are becoming more vital than ever in our day to day lives for both business and leisure travel. However with this increased use and dependency also comes risk; from a personal property and also data security standpoint.
Airlines around the world are utilizing innovations in aircraft technology and the lower price of fuel to open up long-distance routes previously unavailable to travelers.
Worried about winter storm Stella affecting your travel plans? Please follow our guide for best practices in case of inclement weather.
Last week at The Business Travel Show in London, Sandy Moring, Director of Education at ITM led an informative presentation, delivering a step by step guide for those new to travel management and may perhaps be feeling daunted about process and policies and how/where to get started.