Bookings and spending continue to recover, international travel narrows the gap on domestic travel, and economic concerns eclipse COVID-19, even as higher expectations prevail for 2023
While this may feel like yet another blog that highlights a change to travel in our post-COVID world, the many new considerations that both travellers and travel managers need to adapt to, are here with us to stay.
GBTA, the voice of the global business travel industry, applauds the recent announcement on the next steps in the Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) Grand Challenge.
HRS, the leading global corporate travel and payment technology platform, and GBTA, the world’s largest business travel association, announced the results of a comprehensive survey of travel and procurement leaders from Europe and North America. The results from the June survey illuminate the fact that changes in workforce realities meshed with a faster-than-expected return to travel are transforming managed travel.
The global business travel industry continues its progress towards full recovery to pre-pandemic spending levels, but recovery stalls.
Business travel momentum threatened as industry is challenged with staff shortages.
Ground transportation, sustainability, bleisure travel, and meal options are just a few of the considerations, according to a new study from Uber for Business and GBTA.
New GBTA poll shows business travel recovery remains strong while emerging issues challenge accelerated recovery.
New GBTA research brings together industry and external stakeholder insights to benchmark perceptions, priorities, and actionable opportunities for more sustainable business travel.