Brits abroad

April 2006
Business Travel World;Apr2006, p24
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increase in the number of travel transactions booked by British firms in 2005 according to the Guild of Travel Management Companies. 0.5 million hotel bookings were made in the fourth of 2005. More than half of the bookings made were for air travel. Railroad bookings increased by 6% to 2.1 million.


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