Research & Reports
What You Need To Know Reports
COVID-19 testing is seen as a way to safely open up both international and domestic travel, particularly as more destinations make the presentation of a negative result a condition of arrival. Such a result may reduce or even eliminate quarantine in some destinations. As testing develops, it is …
While the level of recognition of the different digital health pass offerings may presently be quite low, and many of the solutions still have some way to go in their development and roll-out, the value that they offer on the path to safe travel is clearly understood by business travelers.
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.
Since the U.K.’s exit from the EU (European Union), rules affecting business travel between the U.K. and Europe have changed. Changes mostly affect U.K. citizens making trips to Europe, but business travel from Europe to the U.K. will see some changes too. Anyone traveling for business between Europe and the U.K. could be affected under some circumstances.
Surviews & infographics
Duty of care is the top travel program priority steadily leading the travel managers’ ratings in 2020-2021. A similar picture emerges for traveler satisfaction and wellbeing – its importance has stayed high throughout.
In this infographic, we share some valuable advice for a safe experience when using ground transportation
With lockdowns persisting, it’s not surprising to see a decline in the share of travelers expecting to resume travel during the first half of 2021 (since we last surveyed them in Dec. 2020).
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