AirPlus International and Click Travel's OpenRail have partnered to waive credit card fees for U.K. domestic rail bookings paid through the AirPlus company or lodge accounts - Business Travel News

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February 16, 2012 - 02:45 PM ET

AirPlus International and Click Travel's OpenRail have partnered to waive credit card fees for U.K. domestic rail bookings paid through the AirPlus company or lodge accounts and provide detailed reporting on rail expenditures. Birmingham, U.K.-based online travel agency Click Travel introduced the rail booking system a year ago and also offers it to clients of other travel management companies.

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