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Isleworth Travel Management Joins Advantage Business Travel

“Joining Advantage Business Travel ensures our customer proposition remains competitive and give us a bigger voice so we can deliver new and exciting product to our clients.” Brett Gerrett – General Manager Isleworth Travel Management today announced that they had finished the application process to join the Advantage Travel Partnership. Remaining competitive is one of…

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Streamlining Your Journey

“The worst part of the journey, removing your belt, all your tech and all metal and neatly laying it out in two trays” Brett Gerrett – General Manager Recently I timed myself waking up from my alarm, working my morning routine and getting myself to LHR in under 28 minutes. Sure, I only live 8…

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Isleworth Travel Management Makes The Shortlist

This week we attended the TTG Travel Awards at the Lyceum theatre London. You can view the winners and the full shortlist here. Brett Gerrett Our General Manager was shortlisted for Business Agent of The year. We have only been established 9 months so this is an achievement we are really proud of. Although we…

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GDPR – The cost of non compliance

For years now, the hospitality business has shared Big Tech’s addiction to customer data. Rather than sell it to advertisers, however, hotels and airlines traditionally use it to personalize travel experiences. Hotels – in particular luxury hotels – collect customer data to build detailed guest profiles, which can include personal preferences, from room, pillow and…

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Would you fly Ryan Air business class?

Will private jet customers choose Ryanair? Ryanair is not a name you would immediately associate with private jet travel. But the Irish low cost airline has announced it is making one of its 737-700 airliners available for private charter. The aircraft will be converted to a 60-seat corporate jet, offering business class style seating for private group…

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Air Fares – Change Is Coming?

Today on my morning commute I read an article in The Independent regarding the standard practice of airlines cancelling return flights if you now show for the original outbound flight. This practice has obviously some how reflected on a city publisher and now its all of a sudden got some seriously publicity. “Travelling in Sync”…

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How to Manage Your Business Travel Costs

With UK businesses expected to spend over £45 billion on travel and entertainment by the end of 2019, managing your business’s travel costs is no light undertaking. In fact, travel and entertainment is often a company’s second largest controllable expense – second only to salaries and benefits. That’s why it’s important to do what you…

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