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Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) today announced a multi-year distribution agreement with British Airways (BA) and Iberia Airlines (IB), enabling CWT customers to avoid the airlines' proposed surcharge on bookings created within participating global distribution systems (GDS) that agree to these terms with IAG.
Airfares and hotel rates in key locations for the Energy, Resources and Marine (ERM) sectors are expected to rise in 2018 - according to CWT Energy, Resources & Marine, the specialist division of global travel management company Carlson Wagonlit Travel.
MeetingsNet, a digital magazine and website dedicated to the meetings, incentives and events industry, named CWT Meetings & Events (CWT M&E) to its 2017 CMI 25 list, the meeting industry’s only comprehensive report on the 25 largest meeting and incentive management companies focused on the U.S. corporate market.
With a smart corporate travel process, you can keep your costs down and save money on every trip. Here are 10 ways to reduce your business travel spend.
Earlier this year, International Airlines Group (IAG), parent company of British Airways and Iberia, announced it would add a US$10 ‘distribution technology charge’ (also called GDS surcharge) on each airline fare component booked with these 2 carriers, effective 1 November 2017.
A clear corporate travel policy is essential to keep your employees safe and your business travel expenditure down. Find out how to create yours here.