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Are you after the cheapest flights possible, regardless of which airline you fly with? Do you want flights with a preferred airline, that depart at specific times or are from a preferred airport?
Whether you’re responsible for the travel arrangements of a small company with frequent, high-spending travellers, or a business owner who struggles to manage their own bookings, this guide will simplify everyday corporate travel processes.
Business in China is booming, the country presents tremendously exciting opportunities for international trade and expansion for Western businesspeople.
When your employees travel for business, their safety is of the utmost importance. And so, before they even think about heading off on their journeys, both you and your travellers must be aware of the risks involved.
"Low cost" doesn't always mean low quality - especially if you're in the know when it comes to booking. We've rounded up some handy tips and tricks for low cost airlines in our latest white paper.
Effective travel management lies in knowing when to use the various tools at your disposal.
Did you know that, in addition to frequent flyer schemes for individuals, there are also airline reward schemes for companies? Here's how to make the most of them as a business traveller.
Learn about the benefits of CSR and corporate charity work for the community and your company.
Our handy guide is ideal for business travellers who need some helpful tips to ensure maximum output when travelling for work.
If you’ve never heard of a company travel policy, or you think it’s time you updated the policy you have, we've created a handy guide to help you get started, including a FREE template for writing your own policy.
The airport currently has five terminals, connected to each other by a combination of walkways and free trains and buses.