Swiss private jet service supplier VistaJet this
past fall opened its first office in the United States. To lead its U.S. team,
VistaJet tapped Ron Silverman, a former executive with competitor NetJets and
membership-based private aviation company...
Delta Air Lines later this year will trim
international capacity 3 percent in response to the strengthening U.S. dollar
and decreased demand in certain markets that owes to lower oil prices,
executives said Wednesday during a first-quarter earnings...
the effect of "plummeting oil prices," the Global Business Travel
Association on Tuesday reduced its forecast for 2015 U.S. business travel
spending to $295.7 billion from its previous forecast of $310.2 billion, issued
Accommodating jet service at Toronto's Billy
Bishop Airport, a goal of regional carrier Porter Airlines, would require a
runway extension and several other infrastructure enhancements, meaning such
service, even if approved, would take several years...
partners Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico on Tuesday filed with the U.S.
Department of Transportation an application seeking antitrust immunity for what
the carriers called a $1.5 billion United States-Mexico joint venture, which
Philippine Airlines plans to expand its operations in North America, as the carrier this week restarted service to New York after a nearly two-decade absence.
The three largest U.S. airlines and a handful of
airline trade organizations, which are asking the Obama administration to open
review of Open Skies agreements with Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, on
Thursday released a detailed report citing $42...
The average daily rate paid by Hogg Robinson Group clients in 2014 declined year over year in most global regions, but the growth in some of the largest cities continues to disrupt regional projections, according to the travel management company’s 2014...
As hotels enjoy a seller's market with seemingly no end in sight, negotiations for 2015 corporate rates proved as difficult as expected for buyers—even for those wielding the most leverage.
United Kingdom-based travel management company Business Travel Direct has become the first TMC in Europe to adopt Concur's full range of products, including all client-facing and mid-office tools, as well as open-booking platform TripLink. BTD solutions...
The average daily hotel rate in January declined year over year in most global regions but increased in the Americas, according to STR Global.
With more than $14 billion in annual revenue, more than 60,000 employees and an array of products used every day, from car-door handles to soda-can six-pack plastic rings, Illinois Tool Works may be that largest manufacturing company you've never heard...
Nearly half of employees surveyed in the United Kingdom indicated they manage their expenses using a spreadsheet, according to a report released Tuesday by travel and expense management provider KDS. Automated expense management systems were used by 42...
Sonesta International Hotels Corp. in January named Carlos Flores, a top executive at the company during the past two years, as its new president and CEO, replacing retiring president and CEO Bill Sheehan. Flores steps to the helm of Sonesta at a time...
Hilton Worldwide and Hyatt Hotels Corp. on Wednesday announced steady fourth-quarter and year-end growth in group and transient travel segments, particularly in the Americas.