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Because of our global presence and well-established industry relationships, we can provide negotiated rates on everything from airfare to charter buses. No matter the destination—even an offshore oil rig—we can get your people there for less.
Because of our global footprint, we can secure savings through negotiated rates with carriers everywhere.
Eight major suppliers. Eight major partnerships. We’ve got car rentals covered.
Sometimes you need something different. Either way, it’s in our wheelhouse.
Improved booking practices meant better vendor negotiations, a reduction in travel spend, along with compliance adherence—all leading to improved duty of care.American Express Global Business Travel Client Manager Read the case study
Our experienced travel counselors use the latest faring techniques, including split tickets and alternative routings, to save our customers an average of 10% per trip. In 2015, we saved our clients over $38 million in travel spend.*
Have travelers that go somewhere off the grid? Worry not. We have experts who can get them anywhere on earth by any means.
Airfare prices are always changing. That’s why we automatically monitor prices and rebook flights if savings become available after booking. We also make sure unused tickets don’t go to waste.
The toughest jobs are in the toughest places to get to. It’s not uncommon for a resource employee’s travel to include multiple legs, multiple vehicles, and an immense amount of logistical complexity. That’s why our Energy, Mining, and Marine (EMM) specialty division exists.
For over 100 years, our global travel network and footprint, integrated systems, and leveraged savings have been put to use by our experienced EMM team to make complex travel simple for some of the world’s largest oil, gas, mining, and resource companies. Whether by helicopter, charter, boat, wilderness transport, or all of the above, we can get your workers there—no matter where “there is.”
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