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U.S. airline to purchase 1.5 billion gallons of sustainable aviation fuel

United agrees to purchase 1.5 billion gallons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) over 20 years – which is one and a half times the size of the rest of the world’s airlines’ publicly announced SAF commitments combined. United and Honeywell announced a joint multimillion-dollar investment in Alder Fuels – a cleantech company that is pioneering […]

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Should You Go To Market Amid Swirling Uncertainties?

There are two arguments, both of them quite convincing in their own right, but opposing and incompatible. In one corner … Current supply-chain changes and uncertainties make tendering, commitment and contracting too difficult if not impossible. In the other corner … It is these very changes that make new arrangements necessary if not critical. Of

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Business travellers will be the target of increased crime due to COVID-19, industry expert says

A travel security expert has warned the global recession caused by COVID-19 is likely to create a spike in petty and digital crimes committed against business travellers. “As the economy becomes more depressed, and people are either losing jobs or working reduced hours, they’ll be looking for new avenues to make money,” says Rodger Cook,

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4 Steps to Protect and Manage Your Travel in 2020

(Travel as the Early Test Case for Efficiently Managing Multi-Category Supply Volatility) Travel is neither your largest nor your most critical supply category. But travel suppliers are on the front line of the coronavirus mayhem and so present high supply continuity risk. The response in critical supply areas is clear. It should be urgent, structured

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How To Encourage Travellers To Use Online Booking Platforms

While 92 percent of travel managers say they have already adopted online booking tools, there is a growing need among businesses to create a more efficient and streamlined booking process. According to “Booking Tools and Technologies: One Size Does Not Fit All”, the new global survey of corporate travel buyers from the Association of Corporate Travel

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Car Rental Rates Remain Stable as Ride-Hail Grows Worldwide

The Ground Monitor 2019, published by American Express Global Business Travel (GBT), finds that car rental rates will remain stable around the world for the next 12 months. Any price changes that occur are likely to be minimal. In the US and Canada, the Ground Monitor 2019 predicts a 1% increase in car rental rates, driven by

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Shrinking Our Supersized Footprint: The Secret to Procuring Sustainable Accommodation

Kate Read reveals the secret to procuring sustainable accommodation. Do you know how your preferred accommodation provider is cutting carbon emissions, water and waste to landfill? Do their policies contribute to the local community? And are they sensitive to the impacts their business has on the local culture? These are the questions that travellers are

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Australian Companies Have Some of the World’s Highest Meal Expense Limits

Australian business travellers are enjoying one of the highest meal expenditure allowances in the world, with meal limits of as much as $109 per dinner, according to a new whitepaper from American Express Global Business Travel (GBT). Meal expenditure limits are seen as the third-largest corporate travel and expense (T&E) category after air and hotel

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One-Stop Travel Booking Service Launches

Author: PASA Trip.com Australia, a one-stop travel shop for Australian travellers, has officially launched. The company will provide a one-stop travel booking services in 19 languages through the website and mobile app. Trip.com Australia is part of the Ctrip Group, which has over 30,000 employees and over 300 million registered members, making it one of the leading

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