U.S. Air Travel Prices Expected to Rise in 2010 to Offset Losses

Posted on 15. Jan, 2010 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, executive accommodations, international business travel

Although we aren’t very far into 2010, The Corporate Housing Network isn’t surprised to report that  U.S. airline passengers, who are already paying higher checked-bag fees and fuel surcharges this year, should brace for more increases as the industry tries to return to profit.
Delta Air Lines Inc., United Airlines and Continental Airlines Inc. are each raising their prices to [...]

Simple tips to make your next business trip smooth and productive

Posted on 10. Jan, 2010 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, executive accommodations, international business travel

Sometimes you can’t help being on the road for work, but you can do something about how long your trip takes, and your overall experience en route. Kind of a fun thing for the nouveau business traveler, and  some great reminders for those road warriors who are constantly on the go! Check out these time-saving [...]

Business travel and corporate housing still provide great returns for companies everywhere

Posted on 08. Jan, 2010 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, executive accommodations, international business travel

It’s something we in the corporate housing industry talk about a lot, but it’s always good to see evidence of what we all believe to be true!
According to research conducted by Oxford Economics, a consulting firm that collaborates with Oxford University’s business college, for every dollar companies spend on business travel, they get an average [...]

Attempted Christmas Day Bombing Will Not Dampen Desire to Resume Business Travel

Posted on 06. Jan, 2010 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, executive accommodations, international business travel

From the White House to your house, with all of the talk about the attempted  bombing on Christmas Day from the Amsterdam-to-Detroit flight, thought it might be a good idea to inject a little cyber “reality check” via The Corporate Housing Network Blog.
According to the a survey of  150 travel managers conducted by the National [...]

Business travelers returning to the front of the plane! Great news for 2010 and Corporate Housing!

Posted on 29. Dec, 2009 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, executive accommodations, international business travel

Great news!  Looks as though business travelers appear to be returning to the front of the airplane, a sign that companies may be feeling more optimistic about the economy, American Express Business Travel said earlier this month.
The results of the company’s most recent Business Travel Monitor survey indicated that airfares rose modestly during the last quarter [...]

A Wonderful Sign for the Future of Business Travel and Corporate Housing Arrives in London Early Next Year

Posted on 18. Dec, 2009 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, executive accommodations, international business travel

I know we are just entering winter, but I’m hoping we’re seeing yet another harbinger of good news andpositive signs of  life for business travel and corporate housing.
The giants of business travel brands including  American Express, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and IHG are returning to the Business Travel & Meetings Show this coming February in London. According [...]

Talk about a great deal! There’s never a charge to search and request corporate housing on TCHNetwork!

Posted on 17. Dec, 2009 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, executive accommodations, international business travel

You read it correctly. Never a charge to search and request housing on TCHNetwork!
In your search for corporate housing, are you tired of endlessly calling 800# after 800#, only to be told “Let me look into this and get back to you”? On TCHNetwork, you are in the driver’s seat. You can view Real-Time [...]

Average Ticket Prices (ATPs) for Corporate Travelers Expected to Inch Up, with Corporate Housing Rates Remaining Steady

Posted on 14. Dec, 2009 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, executive accommodations, international business travel

More news to consider regarding the cost of corporate travel and corporate housing in the coming year.  According to the Egencia’s 2010 Corporate Travel Forecast — average ticket prices (ATPs) for corporate travelers are expected to increase globally, while average daily rates (ADRs) for business travelers are expected to increase only in Europe.
With the focus on [...]

Increased Demand Both Domestically and Internationally Should Benefit Corporate Housing Market

Posted on 11. Dec, 2009 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, executive accommodations, international business travel

Unless you’ve been living in a bubble, your business has been impacted by global economic conditions over the past couple of years. Here at The Corporate Housing Network, we’ve been hearing our share about how corporate housing, business travel, and all things related will be impacted.  I recently shared with Members the results of one revered travel management company’s findings, focusing primarily on [...]

Corporate Housing Benefits from Increased Demand Domestically and Overseas

Posted on 09. Nov, 2009 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel

Last week, I touched upon the how predictions of business travel will positively impact the Members of The Corporate Housing Network.  When sharing with you the results of one revered travel management company’s findings, I focused primarily on domestic business travel. Today I’d like to share the expectations for European countries as well.
According to Egencia [...]