Air travel is forever changed, which may be good news for business travelers. Everything from airport security to seat width is up for innovation as industry leaders diligently think through how to make air travel safer for business travelers around the world. We’re already seeing signs of change with mask mandates and new kinds of security checks. There is also a potential for radical shifts in security, boarding, and in-flight operations that could ultimately improve the air travel experience.
As business travel resumes, business travelers will want to prepare for a new way of moving through airports and the skies, and travel managers are tasked with preparing them as much as possible.
We sat down with Scott Mayerowitz, Executive Editorial Director at The Points Guy, and Skift Aviation Business Editor Brian Sumers to understand how airports and the air travel experience will change for business travelers and those responsible for corporate travel management.
Scott and Brian bring their decades of experience and industry insider knowledge to the fourth episode of Open for Business: A Corporate T&E Podcast Powered by TripActions, which is now live across all streaming podcast platforms.
In this episode of Open for Business: A Corporate T&E Podcast, we’ll discuss:
Next week we’ll be looking at the unused ticket and waiver dilemma facing many organizations and their corporate travel managers today.
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