Entries by Ken Brown

Travel Incorporated
Your Expert on
Government Travel

Today’s government organizations are challenged by the ongoing necessity of cost containment, while maintaining flexibility to immediately shift priorities, including the deployment of teams on a moment’s notice. Enhanced technology is critical to respond to the ongoing shifts in focus. This Whitepaper outlines how TI Gov approaches these opportunities and delivers consistency in excellence both […]

4 Steps to Creating a
Sustainable Travel Program

Whether you are kicking off a program from scratch, or diving deeper into the opportunities to fully replace your company’s carbon footprint, Travel Incorporated has summarized 4 steps that will guide you to effectively measure, manage and encourage your travelers towards not only planning for, but in realizing a sustainable travel program.

The Value of a
Structured Travel Program

Many companies refer to their travel policies and employee travel process as either ‘managed’ or ‘unmanaged’ travel programs. The ‘managed’ program has been referenced as a process serviced and supported by a Travel Management Company with specific directives as to how the travelers should book their travel. In comparison, an ‘unmanaged’ program typically provides guidelines, […]

Airport Caps:
Heathrow removes;
Schiphol extends

(November 2022) Over the past six months, European airports have struggled to manage the passenger demand due to staffing issues and entry processes. Two of the largest airports, London Heathrow and Amsterdam’s Schiphol International airport imposed daily passenger capacity caps, limiting the number of flights and passengers to arrive and depart their facilities.

Increasing Flight Routes across
Europe and APAC

(November 2022) International travel is expanding as major airports improve their management of entry processes and countries more broadly open their doors to business travel. The major airline carriers are responding by reinstating both transatlantic and transpacific routes while offering new and improved classes of service in hopes to lure the business class traveler.

Asia:
Back in
Business

(November 2022) Countries all around the world are opening to business travelers, and while some in Asia have been slightly slower than others to remove restrictions, the opening of both Japan and Hong Kong over the past few weeks is setting the pace for the entire region.

US Flight Delays and Cancellations-Self Inflicted

(August 2022) The past few months have been chaotic for business travelers with flight delays, last minute cancellations and significant reductions in routes impacting flights by the thousands, causing a sense of uncertainty and concern for most travelers. Although significant heat and weather disturbances along with the occasional computer glitches have contributed to the challenges, […]

How Travelers Can Better Manage Air-Related Disruptions

(August 2022) Last week while traveling on business, a flight was oversold due to a change in aircraft and the airline needed to rebook 17 travelers. They started offering gift cards – not airline vouchers – if the traveler wanted to take a later flight. Within 10 minutes, the offers escalated to offering the traveler […]

European Strikes and Airport Caps What
You Need to Know

(August 2022) Over the past few months, European airlines and their hub airports have been struggling to manage demand, facing similar challenges as the U.S. with staffing shortages and canceled routes. As a result, key international airports have decided to put capacity limits on their incoming and outgoing flights, while airline workers are adding to […]