TRAVELPORT SURVEY SHOWS BUSINESS TRAVELERS WILLING TO SELF-FUND EXTRAS

A Travelport study has revealed that 55% of US business travelers are willing to pay for travel upgrades out of their own pocket and 80% prefer to have direct control over their plans. read more

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