FAA Green-Lights Gate-To-Gate In-Flight Personal Electronics Use
Following Federal Aviation Administration approval, some airlines as early as Friday for the first time may allow passengers to use their electronic devices during the entirety of a flight.
Travel Often Part Of Multi-Disciplined Risk Management Approach
The corporate departments most often thought to own corporate risk management policies and processes are security, risk management, human resources and legal, but a recent survey of 125 global companies found that travel management was most frequently identified as the process owner.
Autodesk's Audit Affirmation: Firm Says No To '2.0' After Topaz Confirms Managed Program's Value
At some point every buyer hears the following line from a self-assured traveler: "I can find a better fare online." Responses vary. Eye rolls are common. There is a more permissive bunch who ascribe to the nascent "Travel 2.0" school of thought and tell travelers to go for it. Then there is ...
Mobile Travel Services: A Look At Offerings By Sector
Business Travel News' recent research issue on the roles of mobile technology within corporate travel programs also included a look at the mobile tools and services offered to corporate travelers and managed programs by traditional airline, lodging, payment, car rental and meetings technology ...