The COVID-19 global health pandemic has greatly impacted the business travel and expense industry, along with those responsible for managing T&E within their organizations.
Travel suppliers and operators around the world have stepped up their health, safety, and hygiene practices to ensure that business travelers can confidently return to travel knowing that their preferred airports, airlines, hotels, and rental car companies are creating a safe, hygienic, and welcoming environment. From industry-wide standards to individually-implemented practices, everyone is working to ensure that we can all travel safely.
We’re also starting to see new technology come onto the market that will ensure health, safety, and hygiene within the hospitality and travel industries in new ways — and we can expect many more solutions to continue to surface. While we at TripActions are doing everything we can to provide the real-time information and tools needed to navigate these change,s including our COVID Dashboard and the TripActions Business Travel Recovery Tool, it is our suppliers who are ensuring each step of the journey is safe for travelers on the ground and in the skies.
We recently sat down with Michael Levie, COO at CitizenM, and Amber Simonsen, Director of Guest Product Delivery at Alaska Airlines, to talk through how airlines and hotels are handling hygiene and safety so business travelers can return to work travel with confidence.
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