Flight Centre Travel Group’s (FCTG) corporate business has delivered a record amount of new accounts during a challenging period for the travel industry. The corporate business, which includes brands FCM, Corporate Traveller, Stage & Screen, Flight Centre Business Travel and cievents, has fueled the company’s revenue generation during COVID-19 lockdowns, given that essential services have generally been permitted to travel.
Flight Centre Travel Group’s Corporate Business Delivers Promising Results While Achieving Cash Flow Targets
Flight Centre Travel Group is pleased to announce the acquisition of San Francisco-based WhereTo
Most companies will only resume business travel if their organization deems it safe to do so, according to the second poll in a multi-national ‘State of the Market’ study by Corporate Traveler and FCM Travel Solutions. The majority will also revamp their travel policies to reflect increased duty of care considerations post COVID-19.
We recently launched our ‘State of the Market’ research project, a multi-phase global survey that aims to understand the sentiment and needs of our clients as they shift over time. The results are in.
At Corporate Traveler, equal rights are central to the way we operate. We are committed to having a diverse workforce and as a global player in the travel industry, we have the opportunity to lead the way and help bring about change to this sector
Corporate Traveler is monitoring the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the impact on business travel and will continue to keep clients informed during this active situation. Read more for the latest information and resources available.
We wanted to share with you the news that Corporate Traveler’s parent company, Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG), has secured AUD $900 million in additional funding (through a capital raising and new debt facilities) to further strengthen its balance sheet and liquidity position and prepare for further growth once the prevailing business climate improves.
Corporate Traveler lent its expertise at the Voyager HQ Travel Pitch night on Tuesday, January 28th at Microsoft in New York City.
Flight Centre Travel Group (Americas) President Dean Smith Set to Retire, Charlene Leiss Appointed as Successor
Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) Americas has announced that President Dean Smith will be retiring at the end of the company’s financial year on June 30, 2020.
Flight Centre appoints Yon Abad as Vice President Corporate Suppliers Relationships & Distribution Platforms
Yon Abad joins from CWT where he has spent the past decade in senior hotel and consulting roles for North America, Latin America and Europe. His most recent position was Vice President of the global hotel supply division.
As a travel management company, many of us have the pleasure of sharing our work days with a multitude of exceptional administrative professionals in diverse industries across the country. And we love it.
Flight Centre Group (ASX:FLT), continues to strengthen its rapidly growing global corporate travel business, today announcing a strategic investment in The Upside Travel Company (“Upside”)
Flight Centre Travel Group has appointed Chad Godfrey as Vice President of Marketing responsible for its corporate brands in the Americas, effective April 1, 2019.
The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MassBio®) today announced that Flight Centre Travel Group has joined the Purchasing Consortium, providing members discounted rates on airfare, hotel and car through flexible travel program.
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