According to research released late last year, airlines were on track to make nearly $93 billion worldwide in 2018 on the ancillary fees they charge for things like seat upgrades and checked baggage.
The question is, how much of that has been generated by your company’s travel program?
While most organizations are aware that their total travel spend is creeping up because of these fees, it can be extremely difficult to track them.
According to our recently published “Evolution of Air Distribution” study which was produced alongside the Association of Corporate Travel Executives (ACTE), almost half of the corporate travel managers surveyed said they were not monitoring spend on ancillary items. But it’s critical to do so to avoid ancillary costs getting out of control.
To help your company get started, we released six tips on how to begin gaining visibility and control over escalating fees. To view the full list of tips, please visit The Atlas.