Business travellers are raising concerns about the reliance on screen-based interaction as their primary meeting method. They are also looking for control, ease and simplicity, according to a survey undertaken last month by travel management company BCD Travel of 738 business travelers worldwide.
With virtual meetings and remote work here to stay, business travel and face-to-face meetings remain extremely important. Seventy-six percent of respondents said business travel helps them work efficiently. In a post-pandemic travel environment, 60% prefer to return to
pre-pandemic levels of business travel, while 26% prefer to travel less and 9% to travel more.
Fifty percent of organisations have begun travelling again, but with stipulations, says the third phase of a global ‘State of the Market’ survey by Flight Centre Travel Group’s corporate arm.
The stage consisted of interviews in August with 250 of FCM Corporate Travellers multinational large-scale clients, plus Corporate Traveller SME customers globally, representing over 60 countries.
While 50% of respondents say they have employees already travelling or booking reservations to travel in the near future, resuming travel will be different for everyone. Results of the State of the Market research (April to August 2020) show that over 90% of
A ‘State of the Market’ survey by Flight Centre Corporate indicates that New Zealand business travellers will be among the leaders in the sector’s recovery.
In fact, 61% of New Zealand respondents have travelled domestically already or expect to do so in the next one to three months.
A total of 1600 customers of global travel management companies (TMCs) FCM Travel Solutions and Corporate Traveller around the world took part in the survey. They ranged from smaller businesses
Sixty five percent of respondents in a Sabre Corporate Travel Survey say that premium economy continues to gain ground in the region.
One travel manager in three has recorded an increase of close to 5% in premium economy bookings over the last year. As travel-related expenses become a central consideration for companies, the survey also reveals that downgrades, shifting reservations from business to economy class, account for close