As part of their efforts to keep travelers and employees safe, almost all airlines around the world now require passengers to wear a face covering of some sort for the duration of a trip. However, there can be some differences between airlines. These reports detail what airlines currently require.
These reports summarize what airlines around the world are doing and planning in Europe, MIddle East, Southwest Pacific and Northeast Asia.
Learn how BCD’s quick action and dedication helped this consulting firm fulfill its duty of care, by getting their travelers home safely to the U.S. before COVID-19 lockdown in India.
After the World Health Organization classified the outbreak as a pandemic, outright bans on travel became more common. Countries are now beginning to ease lockdown measures, including a relaxation of travel restrictions.
As part of their efforts to keep travelers safe, some airlines are social distancing passengers by keeping a number of seats free on flights; typically, the middle seat is kept free. This report details what airlines are doing and includes information on those that have decided not to adopt this measure.
This case study details how BCD Travel played an essential role in managing traveler-related changes for DowDuPont, one of the biggest conglomerates in the world.
In an effort to reassure both employees and travelers that they are doing what they can to protect them against COVID-19, hotels are implementing new and improved cleanliness and hygiene processes. This report summarizes what hotel companies around the world are doing and planning.
Finastra’s mission was to create a robust Virtual Collaboration infrastructure to reduce internal travel, ensure business continuity, increase employee productivity and drive program savings.
This report summarizes what car rental companies around the world are doing and planning in view of COVID-19.
In this online event we are sharing duty of care tools and strategies to help you, and your travelers, feel confident getting back to travel.
Hosted in Spanish, this webinar focuses on the informed traveler. It details why communication is key to a successful trip, and is targeted to the LATAM region.
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UTRECHT, The Netherlands – August 6, 2020 – BCD Travel today announced an agreement with the SAP® Concur® organization to expand integration between BCD’s proprietary hotel platform and the Custom Hotel Sourcing functionality, providing customers access to even more advanced content, booking and payment options.
The “Informed Traveler” initiative provides dynamic trip-related information to agents, travelers and travel managers across channels. With travel risks and requirements seemingly changing by the minute, real-time information is a must-have for confident decision-making. That’s why, as part of its ongoing commitment to duty of care and traveler confidence, BCD Travel has introduced the Informed Traveler, a wide-ranging global initiative aimed at helping travelers, travel managers and agents make smart decisions amid a landscape of constantly changing rules, laws and procedures.
Strategic advice, checklists and solutions for travel managers to prepare for the return of travel. The industry is entering a new stage of the COVID-19 pandemic. Countries and states are opening up, corporate travel programs are in the spotlight and the pressure on travel managers is increasing. The new Back to Travel digital guide, published by leading travel management company BCD Travel, is a strategic resource for travel managers to rethink their program’s return to active travel.