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Best apps when it comes to travel in your Business

Best apps when it comes to travel in your Business | Business Travel | Scoop.it

Best apps when it comes to travel in your Business http://su.pr/2LqUFQ #Biz #Support #Business #Tools #Travel #Resources #biztools

 

 


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Air France to jump on low-cost carrier bandwagon? - Business Traveller

Air France to jump on low-cost carrier bandwagon? - Business Traveller | Business Travel | Scoop.it

Air France is poised to convert subsidiary airline Transavia into a low-cost carrier, according to a report in La Tribune newspaper.

AF's plan would see it slim down its operations at Paris Orly in favour of handing over a number of routes to Transavia.

The move could reportedly happen as early as next year, although details of the routes in question are not yet available.


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Same-Sex Destination Weddings Take Off as Growth Market - Travel Market Report

Same-Sex Destination Weddings Take Off as Growth Market - Travel Market Report | Business Travel | Scoop.it

In her workshops she discusses the financial impact of the gay and lesbian wedding market, policies and laws, appropriate language to use, the difference between gay and...


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The Scan: China business travel to outstrip the US and more ... - Tnooz

The Scan: China business travel to outstrip the US and more ... - Tnooz | Business Travel | Scoop.it
HRG, Egencia, Inntopia, RateGain, Digital Alchemy, Masabi and IFE all feature in today's news roundup of snippets from across the travel technology industry. Business Travel. Hogg Robinson Group is betting China will ...

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Air fares not fair when travel sites advertise out of date prices - The Guardian

Air fares not fair when travel sites advertise out of date prices - The Guardian | Business Travel | Scoop.it
The Guardian Air fares not fair when travel sites advertise out of date prices The Guardian It seems quite unethical that a travel agent can hold a customer, having already authorised their credit card so they cannot look elsewhere, for three days...
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Air Travel Is Killing the Planet

Air Travel Is Killing the Planet | Business Travel | Scoop.it
Burning jet fuel creates a large -- and growing -- share of greenhouse gases. But there may still be ways to see the world without harming it.

"We could close every factory, lock away every car and turn off every light in the country," he writes in New Statesman about Britain's ambitious goals to cut carbon use, "but it won't halt global warming if we carry on taking planes as often as we do."

Lynas is referring to a report from the respected Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, which notes that if the UK's annual 12 percent rise in air travel continues until 2050, the resulting increase in carbon dioxide (a leading cause of the greenhouse effect) would overwhelm progress in every other sector. Indeed, factoring in the projected growth of air travel, carbon emissions would have to be reduced to zero in manufacturing, ground transportation and private households to meet the British government's 2050 green goals.

A picture of green transportation for the future would let us choose -- depending on our needs and the nature of our trips -- between clean-fuel cars, comfortable buses, fast trains and planes using less fuel and creating fewer emissions -- as well as the option for business travellers of not leaving home at all, and meeting instead by video conference.


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Continued Growth of Turkish Airlines Coincides with Increase in Tourism of Turkey

International Carrier Finds 25.8 Percent Jump in Global 2013 Ticket Sales Compared to 2012

NEW YORK - Wednesday, July 10th 2013 [ME NewsWire]

(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Turkish Airlines, recently voted Europe’s Best Airline at the 2013 Skytrax Passengers Choice Awards for the third consecutive year, announced marked growth in passengers flying to Turkey and many of its other international destinations. The flag carrier of Turkey has experienced a dramatic increase in ticket sales for several years partially as a result of a steep increase in tourism of Turkey. Boasting an incredibly rich culture and history that spans civilizations over 10,000 years coupled with white-sand beaches and crystal clear waters, Turkey is a favorite holiday destination for many around the globe.

Between January and June 2013, Turkish Airlines saw a 25.8 percent increase in global ticket sales over the same period in 2012, a total of more than 22.4 million passengers. The international carrier’s U.S. ticket sales to Turkey jumped 10 percent between May and June 2013 compared to the same months last year. Turkish Airlines’ largest increase in passengers came from Africa, which had a 36.9 percent increase in ticket sales compared to 2012, with Somalia leading the way at 247 percent.

Turkish Airlines’ growth in number of passengers comes at a time when Turkey is enjoying a significant growth in tourism. The country welcomed 10.5 million non-Turkish visitors between January and May 2013, an 18.5 percent increase compared to the same period last year, according to the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

Part of this growth is attributed to business travelers as Turkey becomes a worldwide hub for international business with many ambitious projects underway.

“Turkey’s large-scale infrastructure projects, such as Istanbul’s third bridge, third airport and Kanal Istanbul, are important indicators of the stability and confidence in the future of our country,” states Hüseyin Avni Mutlu, Mayor of Istanbul.

In addition to being awarded Europe’s Best Airline three times in a row, Turkish Airlines was also awarded “Best Business Class Catering” at the 2013 Skytrax Passengers Choice Awards for its Flying Chef service on long flights. The Flying Chefs offer passengers a taste of Turkey, with freshly prepared traditional Turkish dishes and a roving meze cart.

“This is an exciting time for the airline, having recently announced our 235th gateway while enjoying a remarkable increase in global passengers,” states Temel Kotil, Ph.D., CEO of Turkish Airlines. “We welcome all travelers from across the globe to enjoy the unparalleled experience that comes with flying on our airline.”

Located on the crossroads of Anatolia in Western Asia and Southeastern Europe and bordering eight countries, Turkey’s is one of the world’s top travel destinations, with Istanbul now a major hub for international travel. Turkey was recently ranked seventh on Trip Advisor’s list of Travelers’ Choice Destinations for 2012.

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For Turkish Airlines

Michelle Mekky, 312-245-9805 ext. 112

michellemekky@alpaytac.com


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Business travel becomes budget conscious, social media makes a ...

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While the global economy is slowly trying to recover, how is the business travel sector performing? Has there been a change in business travel patterns? Indeed, does social media have any impact on the new business ...

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