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Aussie TMCs Report Corporate Travel Gains, Eye Further U.S. Growth

Australia-based travel management company Corporate Travel Management and Flight Centre Travel Group's corporate-focused brands this week reported solid growth in corporate travel transactions across their multinational operations and laid out further growth ambitions for the U.S. corporate market.

American Airlines' Cory Garner Will Stay With The Carrier After All

When American Airlines VP of sales and distribution strategy Cory Garner in July revealed plans to retire from the airline at the end of the year, he noted: "I’m sure you haven’t heard the last from me." Indeed, we haven't. Garner has reversed his decision to take a voluntary package from the airline. Instead, he has chosen to remain in his current role.

Sabre Looks Outside Travel Industry In CEO Search

Sabre is looking at candidates outside the travel industry and with a technology background in its search to replace Tom Klein as chief executive.

CWT Reluctantly Taps Travelfusion For Lowest Lufthansa Fares

Carlson Wagonlit Travel has begun piloting access for its reservations consultants to Lufthansa Group’s lowest fares via the aggregator Travelfusion. But the mega travel management company is less than ecstatic about it.

WhereTo Gets Funding To Chase Large Corporates With Booking, TMC Service

WhereTo began as a leisure startup that helped would-be vacationers decide where to travel based on air and hotel budgets. When founder and CEO Ryan Wenger demoed the concept at South by Southwest a couple years ago, it caught the eye of a travel buyer from a large corporation. That's when everything changed.

Which GDS Finds The Lowest Fare? Depends On The Study

Of all the global distribution systems, Sabre will find the lowest fare more often than the competition, at least according to analysis Sabre commissioned and announced this week. Not surprisingly, competitors disputed the conclusions and quibbled with the methodology of the study, conducted by Munich-based consultancy Dr. Fried & Partner