How to measure business traveller satisfaction: 5 things your company can start doing right now Research conducted by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) demonstrates that the more satisfied the traveller is with their services, the more likely they are to stay within policy. These surveys identify business travellers as being ready and willing to conduct […]
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Air Canada has announced expansion of its international network from Vancouver with new services launching June 2018 to Paris and Zurich, and the start of year-round flights to Melbourne. All flights will be available for purchase starting September 6. In addition, Air Canada is increasing its non-stop Delhi flights from Vancouver that resume October 14, with up to five times weekly service for the 2017/2018 season, and increasing its London–Heathrow service with […]
These 5 business travel productivity hacks will help any road warrior stay on top of things If you’re a frequent road warrior, business travel productivity can seem challenging. From managing multiple projects away from the office, tracking deadlines across different time zones and staying in touch with your team remotely, business travellers need to be flexible […]
With all the time business travellers spend in airports, layovers begin to feel frequent and long. While productivity is important, and these layovers can be spent catching up on email, finalizing a presentation or making phone calls, sometimes your body also needs a good stretch in between flights. These airports give you the opportunity to do just that. […]
If you have ever been on a long-haul flight, you know just how uncomfortable it can get to sit still for hours on end. To help you make the most of your next lengthy flight, we look to seasoned business travellers for their best long-haul flight hacks.
By choosing value-add items to bring on board and packing strategically, business travellers can maximize both productivity and comfort. These are some of the best long-haul flight hacks every road warrior needs to know.
Entry Restrictions Into The United States To Go Into Effect The U.S. Supreme Court has reversed the actions of lower federal courts to allow President Trump’s executive order to be implemented for those with no strong ties to people or organizations within the U.S. Those from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen and Syria with […]