At Global Travel Management we are working hard to ensure all clients’ business travel plans run as smoothly as always, despite the ongoing uncertainty caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
To ensure that trips go ahead with as little disruption as possible, we have implemented a four-point plan based around knowledge, communication, certainty and mitigation.
Our teams of travel consultants are kept up to date on the latest situations on the geographical limitations imposed by airline schedule changes and what special measures must be undertaken when travelling to affected areas. If you need to tap into this pool of expert knowledge, just ask your GTM Account Manager.
We will continue to provide relevant, timely communication on the latest situation via emails, news updates on our website and alerts on our Twitter page. If the situation changes during a trip, we will also provide relevant alerts via Dave, GTM’s traveller-supporting app. For the latest updates, please see Coronavirus – a guide to the latest travel news and medical advice.
Our teams rely on comprehensive, accurate and industry-leading feeds of information, with access to up-to-the-minute data on schedules, changes and availability, so we can ensure the latest, most accurate information on the current situation.
We create and amend itineraries to ensure the most-appropriate and most-efficient use of travellers’ time. And, when necessary, we can provide alternatives and have back-up plans ready, for when travellers’ schedules have to change.
If you would like to discuss your travel plans or have any questions about Covid-19 and how it might impact the business trips you are planning, please contact your GTM Account Manager.