BCD Travel has been named 2015 Most Admired Travel Management Company for the third year running.
Low oil prices, increased capacity keep airfares relatively flat.
TMC deploying TripSource Hotels across service channels and regions for travelers and agents.
BCD M&I and BCD Travel Groups have integrated their two organizations to create a new global operating unit branded as BCD Meetings & Events, the company announced today. Former BCD M&I Global President Scott Graf now heads the new organization with more than 700 employees and operations in over 40 countries.
Average economy airfares for both intercontinental and regional travel will fall in almost every region in 2015.
BCD Travel announced today that corporate travel industry veteran Stewart Harvey will join the company as president of the EMEA region.
Ilona De March has stepped down from her role as president of BCD Travel’s EMEA region and is leaving the company.
Forbes magazine has named BCD Travel among America’s Best Employers 2015—and the only travel management company in that elite group.
Solid growth in air and hotel demand to continue in 2015
BCD Travel Issues Guide to Building Corporate Travel Risk Management Programs
Advito white paper examines the benefits and risks to travel programs of the sharing economy.
Air and hotel rates expected to increase for North America and Europe, according to Advito’s updated 2015 Industry Forecast.
BCD Travel to offer pioneering solutions at GBTA Conference in Berlin 12-14 November 2014.
BCD Travel has hired Jerker Elming as Head of Sales Nordic. He will be responsible for all sales activities in the four Nordic countries.
BCD Travel has been named 2014 Most Admired Travel Management Company for the second year running.
BCD Travel names David Coppens executive vice president, Global Operations.
Air travel demand will grow quickly in 2015, as the global economy improves, according to travel consultancy Advito’s annual Industry Forecast. In many regions, especially Asia and Europe, competition is also growing, largely from low-cost carriers (LCCs) on short-haul routes and Middle Eastern airlines in long-haul markets. Even where there’s no change in supply, airlines fear damaging business and consumer confidence by increasing fares too fast. Advito expects airfares to rise little more than inflation, and in some markets they may even stay flat or fall.
BCD Travel today announced a multi-year agreement with San Francisco-based GetGoing to power the travel management company’s proprietary hotel booking platform. RoomSource® aims to enable both agents and travelers to shop for and book hotels and rates that are within and outside global distribution systems.
Company improves on its previous year’s scores and ranks among the travel industry’s top 10 percent in three corporate social responsibility categories.
In the latest update to its 2014 Industry Forecast, travel consultancy Advito projects robust global air travel demand growth to continue.