An out-of-date travel policy can have many repercussions, from low compliance and traveler morale to serious consequences for your bottom line — which is why you should be proactively checking your policy several times a year. More [button size='medium' style='' text='More News' icon='fa-rss' icon_color='' link='http://www.travelleaderscorporate.com/insights/travelwire/' target='_self'...

Among the things travel buyers care about, savings is arguably the most essential, the most visible, the most measured. Savings, defined here as the gap between published and negotiated price, is at the heart of most negotiations; it is procurement's guiding light. It's been this...

Code-sharing, where one airline puts its flight number on another airline’s flight and sells it as its own, is growing more frustrating in many cases. The disconnects between connecting airlines have gotten more complicated as airlines unbundle services and create fees for things that used...

A number of the country’s top carriers have announced rules that would limit the use of high-tech bags, over fear of potential battery combustion. American Airlines led the charge on the ban. The carrier noted a policy change that “Beginning Jan. 15, customers who travel...