Research & Reports
What You Need To Know Reports
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 not announced the adoption of such measures.
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.
These reports summarize what airlines around the world are doing and planning in Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia and Southwest Pacific
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.
Surviews & infographics
In these infographics, we share some valuable advice for a safe experience when traveling by taxi, by intercity and international rail, by bus, commuter trains and subway or when renting a car.
As you resume business travel, information will be at the heart of your defenses against COVID-19. Travel managers can provide you with timely and relevant
This infographic gives insights into the implications of COVID-19 for travel management and explores companies’ expectations for the future.
This report guides travel managers through the opportunities and challenges facing their HR colleagues; how HR and travel program objectives align; and the ways travel and HR can partner to drive overall business goals.
White papers & guides
In this time of uncertainty, one thing is true – travel managers are facing more pressure than ever before. Your travel program is in the spotlight and stakeholders are anxious. It’s not just travelers asking questions and seeking reassurance. Your executives are, too. This guide is designed to give you the answers you need to …
Travel managers collaborate widely with stakeholders – sharing data and technology to improve traveler safety and well-being, and create value for their company. This research in collaboration with GBTA suggests several steps that travel programs can take to better engage stakeholders.
An ACTE Corporate Travel Study in collaboration with BCD Travel. This paper will better help you understand the opportunities and challenges inherent in quality management as well as provide you with insight from industry leaders that will prompt discussion.
Cities & Trends reports
Top destinations for business travelers from the United States.
Top destinations for business travelers from United States