Corporate Travel Management
Our response to COVID-19
Our response to COVID-19
In response to COVID-19, we’ve put in place a number of measures to make sure we continue to provide our services to our clients around the world and in the same time to help stop the spread of the virus.
We have taken all measures to keep our performance level of our services at a high level. We will continue to offer full 24/7 support to our clients.
We are positive thinkers and beside the fact that this situation is simply unprecedented in our times, we like to think that this gives us a chance to reinvent the way we do things.
We’ve moved to full-time remote work
Since March, we have adopted telework and we remotely service our clients until further notice or until it is safe to return to our offices.
We’re doing this in an effort to help prevent the spread of the virus because, while all BUSINESS TRAVEL employees are healthy and not in the high-risk category, we appreciate that is not the case for all of those around us, or in the wider community we live in.
We have a responsibility towards our community, including others who work in our building and those we come into contact with during each other’s daily commute.
We’ve set up enhanced support for remote work to limit the disruptions internally and in relation with our clients.
Most of our clients are familiar with remote meetings; we regularly host virtual meetings between clients and our teams.
All team members have access to reliable remote conferencing and workflow tools.
This means we can continue to work collaboratively cross-functionally, with the ultimate goal of always supporting our clients and partners.
Fly safe, travel safe
Simple things you can do to fly safe:
If you feel unwell, seek medical advice before travelling.
Be aware of the travel rules and restrictions of your departure and arrival country. Visit www.iatatravelcentre.com for information.
Complete your travel documents online if needed and possible (e-VISA etc)
Check in online with your airline and print or use electronic bag tags where available.
Plan to wear a face-covering or mask, and check you have enough for the whole trip.
Plan to have hand sanitizer* in case there is non-easily available at your destination.
Use physical distancing whenever practical. If you need to cough or sneeze, cover nose and mouth with a flexed elbow or tissue. Then wash your hands.
Frequently wash hands using alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
Inform the crew and seek medical care early if you become sick when travelling.
*Rules for carrying alcohol-based sanitizers: 100 ml max per bottle in cabin bag; up to 2kg/2l in total per person (hold + cabin bag); maximum single bottle size is 0.5kg/0.5l for hold luggage.
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With a consolidated management team and a new strategic thinking, Business Travel is keeping the pace with 2019 changes. Customer centric focus has always been the core of our business. Bringing forward new corporate travel management solutions, Business Travel has seamlessly integrated technology pushing to compete at global travel management level in order to support the needs of the modern traveler.
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Our approach to travel management considers Duty of care one of the top priorities. Any disruption that may happen will be tackled head on as we can pinpoint travelers locations anywhere in the world in real time.