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March/April 2019


Graphic of the African continent made out of currency
28 Aug 2018
Africa’s growth potential is staggering, and barriers preventing expansion are beginning to fall
31 Jul 2018
While buyers can access a growing range of risk management services to help reassure staff, travellers also need to play their part
Madeline Calon, head concierge at St James's Hotel and Club
24 May 2018
With self check-in on the rise and even robots now greeting guests, are we witnessing the end of the hotel concierge?
9 Mar 2018
Global hotel chains are embracing innovative technology to shape the experience of corporate travellers
Superjumbo jets are being phased out in favour of smaller planes
12 Jan 2018
Jumbo-sized aircraft may be phased out in favour of smaller planes, which will impact mega airport hubs
Flag of China
23 Nov 2017
Chinese investors are tightening their grip on the global aviation and hospitality world, but at what cost?
Man with a gun on a plane to represent a major incident
15 Sep 2017
Fears of terrorism are high on the corporate agenda, but the aviation industry is rising to meet the challenge
1 Feb 2012
Mid-market hotels are back in fashion, says David Churchill, who looks at how the sector is growing and targeting business travellers with value and style
15 Dec 2011
Stanley Slaughter asks exactly how loud the business travel community must shout to attract the British government's attention
6 Dec 2011
Alex McWhirter looks at the implications of American Airlines' entry into Chapter 11
1 Dec 2011
In the second of two articles on GDSs, Stanley Slaughter considers why TMCs still value GDSs and whether this is enough to ensure their survival
1 Dec 2011
With the battle of the budgets hotting up, Easyjet is wooing travel buyers with new flexible fares – but Stelios is still not happy, reveals David Churchill
22 Nov 2011
Stanley Slaughter, in the first of two articles, looks at the survival prospects for the GDSs.
2 Nov 2011
SIA’s new low-cost subsidiary demonstrates yet again that space is the most precious commodity on any plane, writes Alex McWhirter
1 Oct 2011
Travel policies may be lagging behind the increased demand to stay in touch 24/7, suggests David ChurchillIT’S OFFICIAL: business travel really does damage your health.
15 Sep 2011
Stanley Slaughter looks at how Carlson Wagonlit Travel’s new hotel booking product CRS by CWT will put more properties within the easy reach of corporates
1 Aug 2011
The government's aviation policy continues to attract criticism as it pushes the 'green' agenda, reports David Churchill
30 Jun 2011
While the business travel industry is welcoming what appears to be a rail renaissance, the route ahead is beset with difficulties, reports veteran travel journalist Stanley Slaughter
16 Jun 2011
What exactly is the future for aviation, questions veteran business travel journalist Stanley Slaughter...
2 Jun 2011
The value of business travel must not be underestimated, argues veteran business travel journalist Stanley Slaughter