Q & A

September 2009
Buying Business Travel;Sep/Oct2009, Issue 40, p103
Trade Publication
Question & Answer
The article presents questions and answers related to travel industry's carbon offsetting programs including the value of carbon offsetting programs administration considering the departmental budgets cutbacks an the concerns regarding passenger profiling compliance prior to air travel.


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