With vaccines rolling out across the world, the travel industry is beginning to see signs of life again. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screenings have reached the highest volumes in a year, and air carriers are experiencing an increase in bookings.

In the US, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a statement explaining that as long as COVID-19 precautions are taken, fully vaccinated travelers are a low risk and can travel in the United States without getting tested for COVID-19 before or self-quarantining after. The European Commission also recently announced that the bloc would switch policy and allow U.S. travelers who are fully vaccinated, possessing vaccine certificates as proof of immunity, to potentially travel to the European Union as early as summer.

With that, these developments may have some corporates wondering what they should be doing to prepare for the launch of their travel program and when might be the right time to resume trip activities. To help guide you, we’ve compiled a series of questions that address some top concerns and possible ways to address them as you relaunch your travel program – from assessing employee readiness and duty of care protections to travel budgets and external factors influencing travel.

Discover what boxes you should tick off so that you and your stakeholders can confidently make decisions on the future of your corporate travel program.