You will have recently read about the upcoming implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR requires that data privacy compliance standards be met by May 25th, 2018. This regulation applies to the data privacy policies of any business that processes personal data relating to EU residents.
As part of a global company, we take this new regulation and the privacy of our customers very seriously. In anticipation of the new GDPR implementation in May 2018, we have formed a process for driving compliance with the requirements of those new rules:
For Immediate Release: 19/02/18
We introduced you to Dash Mobile at the Business Travel Show 2018. The all-in-one corporate travel app instantly brings together the travel tools and trip information you need, wherever you are, without the hassle or privacy concern of sending itinerary information to a 3rd party.
We will be attending this year's Business Travel Show at the Kensington Olympia on February 21st and 22nd to unveil the first of many innovations you can expect to see from us.
Travel and Transport Statesman got into the Christmas spirit on Friday 15th December as the office took part in a desk decorating competition and Christmas Jumper Day to raise money for Save the Children.
During November, five members of the Travel and Transport Statesman team went on the Air France and Melia Familiarisation Trip to Paris. Here's some feedback of their trip and some general tips for anyone planning to visit Paris!
As part of our recent rebrand to Travel and Transport Statesman, our email and website domain names have now changed.
Halloween 2017 was filled with fancy dress, desk decorating and face painting at the Travel and Transport Statesman office. To add to the excitement, our desk decorating was judged by Virgin Atlantic and Delta who awarded the winning team with a selection of prizes.
Earlier this year, International Airlines Group (IAG), the parent company of British Airways and Iberia, announced it would add an £8 distribution technology charge (“DTC”) to each airline fare component booked with these two carriers, effective 1 November 2017. As an example, this would mean a return trip from London to New York would incur an additional £16, with the £8 DTC being applied to each flight.