ct1002019coverBTN's 2019 Corporate Travel 100

A ranking of the corporate travel programs that spent the most on U.S.-booked air in 2018. BTN lists air volume, T&E and primary suppliers; reviews corporate strategy and program and policy changes; and reveals trends in travel management and procurement. 

High Times for Business Travel

Total U.S.-booked air spend by the top 100 corporate travel spenders in the U.S. surged to $11.45 billion, more than half a billion dollars above 2017. Spend among this year's top 12 companies alone increased by more than $300 million, even accounting for No. 2 IBM's reduction. Deloitte, which took over the top spot from IBM in the 2017 list, bolted farther ahead of the pack with an additional $64 million. Keep Reading



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Methodology

The Corporate Travel 100 is based on 2018 air tickets purchased at all U.S. points of sale for domestic and international business travel. Many organizations provided at least some information for use in their specific listings. Respondent organizations completed an online questionnaire; some provided additional information in interviews. For organizations that did not participate, BTN used industry sources, published reports and other intelligence about specific programs to provide an estimate of U.S.-booked travel spend. Estimates are noted in the listings. In the online questionnaires, BTN asked respondents to list their organizations’ highest-volume suppliers and other preferred suppliers in the U.S. and other regions; their responses are included by supplier category.