This week in business travel news
Here's our pick of the latest business travel stories hitting the headlines this week.
Instantair Flights Bundle
Start-up airline Instantair have launched an innovative new service offering 'unlimited flights' to business travellers between four European cities for a set monthly fee. The four airports being added to the network later in the year include Biggin Hill, Paris (Bourget), Amsterdam (Schiphol East) and Frankfurt (Egelsbach).
Business Travellers Feeling Terror Impact
More business travellers are feeling the psychological impact of terrorism, according to a new survey. More than two thirds reported growing conern among their family and friends as a factor, while nearly a third felt that reluctance to travel could harm their career.
Phishing Scam targets Travel Companies
Traveltek have raised a warning about a suspected new phishing scam aimed at travel firms. The email purports to come from IATA prompting recipients to carry out an audit, but has been found to be bogus.
EasyHotel adds 1000 new Rooms
The budget hotelier are planning to open 1000 new rooms in the next 2 years, with new hotels planned for a range of cities across Europe, incluidng Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Barcelona, Brussels, Amsterdam and Dubai.
Hotel Reviews more Important than Stars
User hotel reviews now have more sway over business travellers than star ratings, according to a recent study. The survey also showed a preference for chain hotels over independently owned hotels among frequent business travellers.
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