Posted May 5, 2014

Amadeus Lands Largest Res Deal Yet By Securing Southwest Domestic Contract

Southwest Airlines has selected Amadeus as the sole provider of its reservations system, the companies announced Monday. Read More »
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Posted April 24, 2014

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Posted April 10, 2014

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Posted April 10, 2014
Elaine Osgood

INTERVIEW: Atlas Travel President And CEO Elaine Osgood

Atlas Travel this week announced it had opened a new London office to better serve U.K. and European clients as well as travelers from U.S. clients. It's the first major international foray on its own for Atlas, a BCD Travel affiliate since 1998. Read More »
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Posted March 27, 2014

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Posted March 24, 2014
Bill Glenn

INTERVIEW: American Express Global Business Travel's Bill Glenn

The Beat's David Jonas speaks with American Express Global Business Travel president and CEO Bill Glenn about the company's planned business travel joint venture, on track to be finalized next quarter. Read More »
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Posted March 13, 2014

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Posted February 27, 2014

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Posted February 26, 2014

Australia's CTM Claims To Be Winning More Accounts From Mega TMCs

Australia's Corporate Travel Management in recent years has pursued acquisitions in an effort to build a footprint competitive with the world's largest corporate agencies. Reporting another set of strong financial metrics for the fiscal half ending Dec. 31, executives on Wednesday discussed rapid progress in integrating U.S. acquisitions and sounded quite bullish on its prospects in Asia following the purchase of most of Westminster Travel. Read More »
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Posted February 19, 2014

CWT Blames U.S. Sequester For 2013 Sales, Transaction Dip

Sales volume at Carlson Wagonlit Travel in 2013 fell 2.7 percent year over year to $26.9 billion, the travel management company announced Wednesday, and global transactions declined 2.3 percent to 60.3 million. CWT said sales and transaction figures would have grown—thanks in part to new business sales of $1.9 billion and a claimed client retention rate of 98 percent—had it not been for the federal budget sequestration in the United States. Read More »
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