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FareStar is helping organisations large and small unlock value that goes far beyond basic business travel management with a solution that creates air travel savings of up to fifty percent.
The Single African Air Transport Market, or SAATM, draws similarities with the EU–US Open Skies Agreement; the latter allows any airline of the European Union and any airline of the United States to fly between any point in the European Union and any point in the United States.
In today’s international business world 24/7 connectivity is a prerequisite, speed is a virtue and, more often than not, face-to-face interaction across continents is the deal-breaker. The quickest, easiest and most utilised form of business travel is by air.
Although globalisation and the internet have made sourcing overseas suppliers relatively easy, it does not always help you in determining whether they are legit or trustworthy.
The successful growth of an increasing number of companies depends on their employees regularly searching for, discovering and securing business in foreign destinations.
It’s an indisputable fact that an ever-growing majority of people, via their smartphones, are living lives of instant gratification. It’s also a fact that the number of business travellers worldwide is increasing, while their average age is decreasing.
There has been quite a stir around the topic of travel procurement, following a recent Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) Conference.
In a fast-changing, deadline-driven, global business environment, business travel can often be unpredictable. Meetings in foreign countries are postponed or redirected at the last minute, unforeseen opportunities arise requiring urgent flights to unplanned destinations, unexpected developments such as natural disasters or terrorist activities occur, etc.
It’s a generally accepted fact that whoever pays for the flight ticket which generates the air miles (also known as frequent flyer miles or bonus points), owns the right of use. More often than not, it’s the company not the employee who pays. Which raises the question; why do so many employers allow their employees […]
Social media and news channels have been abuzz with reports from South African travellers who claim they’re facing fines because, on their return to South Africa, they’re unable to prove their valuables were purchased at home. However, according to the South African Revenue Services (SARS), South African residents travelling internationally don’t have to declare their […]
The inevitability of change pertains to all relationships, both professional and personal. The relationship between a travel management company (TMC) and its clients is no exception. Sometimes, for whatever reason, the change is complete, requiring a maturity and objectivity to ensure a seamless transition from one TMC to another.