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GTMC quarterly transaction survey monitors a range of services offered by travel management companies (TMC) and highlights trends in the business travel sector.
GTMC has announced that Omega World Travel has become the latest member of the UK’s leading organisation for travel management companies (TMC).
High speed rail, a topic that has increasingly dominated the Guild of Travel Management Companies (GTMC) agenda is to be the subject of a GTMC hosted conference session for Business Travel Market conference at Excel on 22nd June.
GTMC announces that Accelya, the global leader in travel agency and airline business process outsourcing, has become a GTMC partner. Perhaps best known for handling BSP data on behalf of IATA, Accelya processes 67% of all global reconciliation between travel agents and airlines. The company has more than 600 employees worldwide and 70,000 business entities connecting daily to its international solutions.
A new insurance scheme offering a cost-effective alternative to bonding for agents selling rail tickets has been launched by the Association of Train Operators (ATOC), in conjunction with the GTMC and Advantage Travel Centres.
The GTMC has unveiled a string of high profile senior industry speakers for its annual overseas conference, taking place in Abu Dhabi 13th – 15th May 2011
The European Commission is to review controversial regulation EU 261, which requires airlines to pay for the care of stranded passengers
Business travel professionals and students will travel around the world to learn about the industry on a global scale
Gaming expert Jesse Schell has predicted a pleasurable travelling future where everything comes with points
Irish regional carrier Aer Arann will stop serving routes from Dublin to Sligo, Knock and Galway in July, when government subsidies cease