Corporate – Analysis

Delays at 25 of America’s biggest airports are costing more than USD3.8 billion in lost travel time and Chicago’s O’Hare is found to be the worst offender

A new report from FinanceBuzz studying flight delays at airports across the United States of America (USA) has found that thousands of years of productivity

‘Where, where? – In Karaganda’; Kazakhstan’s fourth largest city poised for rapid growth after winning tender to become FlyArystan’s second base

It may have briefly been considered as a candidate for Kazakhstan’s new capital before Nur-Sultan (formerly Astana) was built, but Karaganda has a reputation of

Business travellers are becoming more health-conscious during trips with more than a third eating healthier while on the road

New research from business travel management platform CWT has revealed that awareness of maintaining healthy eating habits is growing momentum amongst business travellers. In fact,

Project Sunrise will push aviation boundaries, it is no surprise that Qantas is taking every step of the journey with caution

Australia’s flag carrier Qantas is one of the most famous names in aviation history and it has already pushed aviation boundaries with the launch last

Travelport, IBM and BCD Travel team up to develop blockchain solution for hotel commission reconciliation process

Travel industry technology specialist Travelport has confirmed it is working with IBM Services and leading travel management company BCD Travel on the development of a

Understanding differing regional traveller sentiment profiles is an important step in creating the right approaches to boost traveller experience

The recently unveiled GBTA Business Traveller Sentiment Index, produced in partnership with RoomIt by CWT, provides many insights into how business travellers feel about their

STR sees storm clouds forming for US hotel performance as it readjusts its 2019 and 2020 RevPAR projections

Continued lack of hotelier pricing confidence has resulted in hospitality benchmarking specialist STR lowering its full year 2019 and 2020 forecast for the key revenue

IndiGo and VietJet become first airlines to offer services between India and Vietnam; convenience of nonstop flights are sure to catch the corporate eye

Nonstop services will soon finally be available in the Vietnam-India market as IndiGo and VietJet both launch flights between the two countries. Vietnam-India is a

With confirmation of a HS2 review, what could that mean for future domestic UK flights and Heathrow’s proposed third runway?

The UK’s new transport secretary Grant Shapps has – as had been anticipated – announced the launch of an independent review of the proposed HS2

Singapore Airlines achieves 100% lie-flat target for Australia and New Zealand markets

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has set a 1-Nov-2019 date for transitioning to an all lie-flat operation in Australia and New Zealand, providing a consistent business class

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