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Leonardo Hotels is one of the leading and fastest-growing hotel chains in Europe with over 150 hotels in 15 countries. Read more about Leonardo Hotels three newest hotels opening up in the heart of London.
Have you heard the news? Corporate Traveller has partnered with the largest global blockchain payment provider, BitPay, to revolutionise the way you can pay for your business travel bookings.
If you’re a PA looking for advice and guidance on business travel management, then look no further. Corporate Traveller offers one simple platform, YOUR.CT, a single access point that will help you create a seamless travel programme. Find out more!
Our smartphones and tablets go with us everywhere and are an essential part of everyday life. But have you considered how, combined with AI, they're revolutinising your travel experience? Cesc Vilanova, Head of Product at Sam:], gives his thoughts...
A multiple award-winning airline, Qatar Airways was named ‘World’s Best Business Class’ by the 2018 Skytrax Awards. Find out more about the airline, including where it flies to and from, and the benefits of travelling for business with Qatar...
Strategic advice is invaluable, but one plan doesn’t fit all, so it makes sense to demand more when it comes to insights, savings and service around your business travel programme.
With two direct daily flights from London Heathrow (T3) to Tokyo Haneda, JAL now offers a greater choice when flying to Japan. Find out what else makes Japan Airlines a great choice for business travellers...
Fly from one of Air France’s eight UK departure airports via its hub in Paris Charles de Gaulle to connect seamlessly to your long-haul flight. Air France flys from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham, London Heathrow, Exeter and Southampton.
Corporate Traveller had an amazing year in 2018, with over half a million tickets and hotel rooms sold, sending clients to 1,367 destinations across 188 countries. Find out what else we got up to last year, and what will be happening in 2019.
Germany’s fifth-biggest city, officially called Frankfurt am Main after the river that runs through it, is shrugging off its ‘dull’ reputation and has earned a new nickname of Mainhatten, thanks to its fast-changing skyline and growing importance as a financial hub.
Discover a new era of travel flying non-stop to Australia, from London to Perth, onboard the Qantas Dreamliner.
Brexit's ever-changing goalposts and the fallout of these discussions are a hot topic right now. Though we’re not sure of the definitive impacts of Brexit on the travel industry, we have set out some key areas of your company’s travel programme that could be impacted...