Corporate Travel News

So you can focus on the task at hand, Martin Corporate Travel publishes a monthly newsletter so you can quickly scan the latest industry trends and news. Here you'll find the articles featured in those newsletters, and many articles tailored to our corporate travelers. When it comes to corporate travel, Martin knows.

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American Airlines Joins in Preflight COVID-19 Testing Push

As airlines look to restore consumer confidence in flying, American Airlines has joined the growing number of carriers looking to offer pre-flight COVID-19 testing.

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Amtrak Customers Can Now Book Trains Based on How Full They Are

The new update will allow customers to see the percentage of seats that have been booked in real time and choose their train accordingly.

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New Wyndham App to Offer Contactless Booking, Check-In

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts announced the release of its new mobile app, which offers new contactless features, at least for some of the company's hotels.

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Harvard study: Masks, when worn throughout travel, offer significant protection from COVID-19

According to a new technical bulletin published by faculty at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health, face masks are an essential part of a layered strategy to keep customers safe.

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United Plans Fleetwide Use of Antimicrobial Product

United Airlines will use an antimicrobial coating product across its full fleet by the end of the year.

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Delta to Block Middle Seats for the Rest of the Year

Delta is extending its policy of blocking middle seats through at least Jan. 6, though might ease some of its other capacity restrictions before then.

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