ct1002020aBTN's 2020 Corporate Travel 100

A ranking of the corporate travel programs that spent the most on U.S.-booked air in 2019. 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. 

The Rise Before the Fall

Total business travel spend for the largest 100 corporate travel programs measured by U.S.-booked travel volume rose again in 2019. U.S.-originating travel as estimated by BTN for these programs hit $11.8 billion, its highest point ever. Yet, the spend spread widened between the biggest programs on the list and the smallest ones. Keep Reading


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The CT100 is based on 2019 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 specifi c 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.