April • 2013 • Edition 39
Experience world famous wines
from the Margaret River wine region
Improve traveller compliance
How to maximise tangible savings for your business
Earn $100 Virgin Australia credit and receive
complimentary breakfast and in-room Internet
at the Pan Pacific Perth
an airfare and accommodation package in Perth. See page 13.
For more information or to make a booking, please contact
your travel manager or call 1300 554 682.
How to improve
Maximising tangible savings for your business is easy if you increase
your levels of traveller compliance. Our April feature article explores the
key ingredients of a successful travel program, including the compliance
checklist and key ‘rules’ to keep in mind when developing your travel
policy. You can read more about this on page six.
This month we’re also giving you the chance to win an airfare and
accommodation package in Perth. Page 13 has all the details.
Good luck with the competition and until next edition happy travelling!
The Corporate Traveller team.
4 Industry news
Improve traveller compliance
8 City guides
Perth and Singapore
11 Latest deals
Hotel and airfare specials
Win return airfares and
two nights accommodation
14 Case Study
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Virgin Australia is expanding its
regional services in Queensland.
From 2 April, the carrier will
operate two daily return flights
between Brisbane and Moranbah
on weekdays. This will rise to three
per day from 15 April when they will
also add a daily Sunday service.
The airline also plans to operate a
daily Brisbane–Bundaberg service
from 4 May.
Etihad plans to add 252 seats per
week to its Abu Dhabi–Melbourne
route. From 1 December, the
carrier will replace its current A340
aircraft with a larger Boeing 777-
300ER. The new aircraft will feature
eight Diamond first class seats, 40
Pearl business class seats and 280
Coral economy class seats.
Perth Airport’s $120 million
domestic terminal has officially
opened. The new Terminal 2 will
be home to Skywest, Alliance
Airlines and Tiger and should
speed up passenger movement
for regional travellers.
Virgin drops Saver Lite fare
Virgin Australia has dropped its
‘Saver Lite’ fare on some of its
short-haul international routes.
Effective immediately, flights to
Indian Ocean Territories, Pacific
Islands, South East Asia, Papua
New Guinea and Solomon Islands
destinations will offer only ‘Saver’
and ‘Flexi’ fares in economy.
New Queensland Airport
Wellcamp Airport in Toowoomba
is under construction and expected
to be operational by mid 2014.
Pullman Albert Park
Accor’s rebranding of former Mirvac properties continues. The Sebel
Albert Park in Melbourne will be renamed the Pullman Melbourne
Albert Park, while the neighbouring Citigate Hotel will become the
Mercure Melbourne Albert Park. Both hotels will see their lobby areas
redesigned, while the Pullman property will undergo a multi-million
dollar revamp including all its 169 rooms and the addition of a business
centre. Works are expected to be completed by August this year.
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British Airways and Cathay Pacific have announced a new codeshare deal.
Effective from April this year, BA customers will be able to fly Cathay Pacific
to Hong Kong from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and
Cairns before connecting onto one of BA’s 14 weekly services between
Hong Kong and London. BA’s daily direct service between Sydney and
London Heathrow via Singapore remains unaffected by the new deal.
Customers travelling to London via Hong Kong will arrive at Heathrow’s
Terminal 5, which offers access to BA’s Europe network on a single itinerary
and with checked-through baggage.
Qantas A330 upgrades
Qantas plans to upgrade its full
A330 fleet from late 2014. Ten
A330-300s and 20 A330-200s
will be fitted with a new flat seat
in business class, a revamped
economy cabin and a new inflight
The 300s will be operated on
Qantas International’s Australia–
Asia routes, while the 200s will be
used on domestic routes between
the East Coast and Perth. Qantas
will also buy five new Boeing
BA announce A380 launch
British Airways will debut its first
A380 aircraft on some London
to Los Angeles services from
15 October this year. Then, from
15 November, the aircraft will
operate daily on the London–
Hong Kong route, offering 469
seats across four cabin classes.
The world’s most
South African Airlines has topped
the list as the world’s most punctual
airline. FlightStats.com recently
released the top 10 list of the best
on-time major international airlines in
the world and South African Airlines
had an on-time performance rate
of 94.7%. Closer to home, figures
from the Bureau of Infrastructure,
Transport and Regional Economics
(BITRE) showed Qantas was the
most punctual airline in the country
in 2012, closely followed by Virgin.
Malaysia Airlines upgrades
Malaysia Airlines has upgraded
the aircraft operating on its Kuala
Lumpur–Sydney route. Effective
immediately, the Boeing 777-200
aircraft previously used on the route
has been replaced by a wide-body
Qantas’ new bag
policy is now active.
Effective on flights
from 31 March, Qantas
will operate a weight
only checked baggage
system on all international flights
except those to the Americas, which
will retain the piece and weight
system. The carrier’s domestic
baggage policy remains unchanged.
Airport hotel to open
ahead of schedule
Bookings can now be made for the
new Rydges Sydney Airport Hotel.
Originally scheduled to open in
June, the four-star, 317 room hotel,
located at the international terminal,
will now open in May. Business
features include seven small-tomedium
conference rooms and
two larger spaces.
United seat-back screens
United Airlines plans to install
seat-back screens in all its B747
aircraft by the end of 2013. The
roll-out of satellite internet access
will also be part of a complete
revamp underway on its 747 fleet.
How long have you worked for
Flight Centre Limited I’ve worked
for Flight Centre Limited for six
years. I was a retail consultant
before moving into corporate travel
booking and really enjoy interacting
with my corporate clients.
What experience do you have
as part of your role I consider
my areas of expertise to include
building complex itineraries and
assisting my clients to get the most
out of their trip in the most costeffective
What is your tip for simple ways
people can save money on
business travel Being marginally
flexible in what you want.
Sometimes going on an earlier
or later flight will save significant
money so it’s important to allow
some flexibility where possible to
ensure you can take advantage
of the best savings.
How to maximise tangible
savings for your business
Businesses are focused on tangible
savings and getting the most out of
your travel program is a key way to
achieve this. A lack of compliance
among travelling employees is a
major area of concern for many
companies because it can result in
significant ‘missed savings’ through
unauthorised and non-compliant
bookings for air, hotel and ground
travel. Ultimately, it’s your bottom
line that suffers the most from
If compliance is an area of concern
for your business, Corporate
Traveller suggests working closely
with your travel manager to assess a
number of items including how well
the key rules of your travel policy are
defined and followed, how closely
travellers are complying with your
company’s authorised booking
channels and how non-compliant
bookings are being managed
The key ingredients of a successful
travel program starts with a welldefined
travel policy. SMEs keen to
improve traveller compliance should
start by checking how well their
travel policy is articulated and if it
effectively balances their business’
financial goals with the personal
needs of travellers.
Businesses need to adapt their
travel policies to not only suit the
needs of their travellers but also their
corporate culture. Ongoing issues
of non-compliance among travellers
could be the result of a poor balance
between a travel policy’s financial
objectives and the needs of
The policy should also sit within your
business’ cost parameters and be
based on a solid understanding of
how policy items affect your savings.
Once defined, your policy needs to
be written in a way that everyone in
your business understands and can
Despite the differences between
company travel policies, there are a
number of key rules that SMEs can
use to boost savings. These rules are
generally based on five main areas
that have the potential to achieve
major long-term cost reductions
for your business through
1. Advance purchase on air tickets
2. Restricted fares or use of best
fare of day (BFOD)
3. Preferred suppliers (across air,
hotel or ground travel)
4. Preferred booking channels
(i.e. all bookings to be made
through Corporate Traveller)
5. Choice of travel class or category
To achieve increased compliance
with your ‘key rules’, employees
need to have a good understanding
of what these rules cover. SMEs
should make their travel policy
document easily accessible for
staff and if required work with your
travel manager to schedule regular
training sessions to help employees
familiarise themselves with the policy.
Properly educate your travellers on
what is expected of them and your
business will have a greater chance
of converting negotiated discounts
and preferred supplier pricing into
Improved traveller compliance
around your booking channels and
booking processes will also help to
dramatically increase savings.
Your travel manager can proactively
help you improve compliance by
alerting the appropriate person
when a travel request is out of
policy. Corporate Traveller’s online
booking tool can also be tailored
to suit a business’ individual policy
requirements by identifying valid
travel options and capturing detailed
data on bookings that don’t meet
When it comes to reviewing how
well your travellers are complying
with your travel policy, your travel
manager can provide your business
with regular analysis of your
bookings and travel patterns.
This data helps you to identify where
traveller booking behaviour can be
improved when measured against
your key policy rules.
And finally, SMEs need to include
some form of consequence for
non-compliance in their travel policy
because if there is no redress for
out-of-policy bookings, your policy
has no impact and no authority.
Your travel manager can suggest
ways to enforce your policy.
1. Define your travel policy
2. Communicate your
3. Mandate booking channels
that promote compliance
4. Review compliance
5. Address non-compliance
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Jaz was the winner of Intouch
magazine’s January competition. Jaz
won an airfare and accommodation
package to Auckland flying Air New
Zealand and staying at The Clarion
Collection Metropolis Hotel.
Below Jaz has shared some of her
travel insights with us:
What is the best way to get to know
a new city Online research is a
great way to decide what the top
sights are. Armed with this and a
city map from the hotel or using
offline maps (to conserve your data
usage) on your smartphone, and
I am ready to explore the city. In
addition, I talk to the locals and
get their recommendations.
What is most important when it
comes to booking a hotel For
our business travellers, I look for
proximity to where the meetings will
be held. For me personally I look
for location, vibe and cleanliness.
Free wi-fi is always a bonus.
Top tip for corporate travellers
Allow yourself plenty of time to get
to the airport so you are not feeling
rushed and drink lots of water on
What is your favourite destination
and why A little island situated in
the Gulf of Thailand – the serenity,
the beauty and the people
What is your favourite airport and
why Changi Airport for sure. My
experience at Changi Airport has
always been pleasant. It is very easy
to get around and should you ever
find yourself with a five-hour wait,
register for the free ‘Singapore Tour’
which is a great way to see the city
and pass some time.
What do you think is the best
advancement recently Smart
phones for sure. When travelling, it
is my map, my notebook, a means
to connect with others, and my
e-reader. I would be lost without it!
Surat Basin Energy
& Mining Expo
Toowoomba 19–20 June 2013
Showcasing the opportunities
that are developing as a result of
the Southern Queensland mining
boom, this expo is designed
to support the Queensland
resources industry while providing
an excellent environment for
businesses to network, market
and generate sales.
Archibald Prize Exhibition
Sydney 23 March – 2 June 2013
The Archibald, Wynne and
Sulman Prizes is an annual
exhibition eagerly anticipated by
artists, the arts community and
The 6th Making Cities
Melbourne 17–19 June 2013
This conference brings together
National, state and regional
delegates to exchange ideas,
discuss business, government and
community initiatives and examine
opportunities in the sector.
2013 Asia Pacific Social
Manila 4–6 June 2013
The theme of this year’s
gathering is ‘Social work in
climate change, disaster risk
reduction and response: building
capacity and global partnership.’
The Startup Conference 2013
Silicon Valley 30 May 2013
2,000 attendees are expected
at this event for those looking to
start their own startup or work for
one of the hottest startups in the
valley. Meet investors and sign
up for the pitch competition to be
in the running to pitch on stage
World Dairy Expo & Summit
Nanchang 1–3 June 2013
The premier event of the
Chinese dairy industry, the World
Dairy Expo & Summit is held
rotationally in different Chinese
cities according to the current
dairy development of the area.
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In case of emergency!
Floods, cyclones and bushfires have plagued Australia in recent
months, so what’s your back-up plan if your flight is cancelled
Frequent travellers have probably
experienced the annoyance of being
caught off guard with an unexpected
change to their flight itinerary.
Weather conditions, airport strikes,
maintenance issues and other
reasons can all contribute to flight
delays or cancellations, but are you
protected in the event that your flight
schedule is disrupted
While a natural disaster can’t always
be predicted or forewarned in time,
your travel manager is the best
person to have on hand if you need
to make any urgent changes to your
travel plans. Equipped with the latest
traveller alerts and updates, your
travel manager will be able to advise
you on your best next step, and will
have a few handy tips up their sleeve
to help minimise the impact on your
While your travel manager is your goto
in the event of a flight cancellation,
you may wish to revise your existing
travel policy with the following handy
travel tips in mind to make sure your
next business trip goes according
Are you buying the right fares
Your travel manager will always
ensure you’re booked on the most
suitable fare type according to what
your company travel policy allows.
While many companies these days
are using a ‘best fare of the day’
policy to leverage the cost savings
of restricted tickets, if you are finding
your travel plans are being frequently
changed or know there is a major
event looming, consider a flexible
ticket so your plans can be changed
without incurring a fee.
When a weather event occurs and
airlines cancel flights, generally there
are provisions to re-book without
incurring a change fee. Your travel
manager will always do their best
to get you on the next available
flight, or another carrier if there is
one available. However, if you need
to cancel because of some other
reason, a flexible ticket might be the
Company travel policy
To minimise any disruptions to the
work day if your travellers are caught
out in a flight cancellation, consider
having a clause in your travel policy
that allows your staff some flexibility
in their travel arrangements.
If they’re stranded interstate or
overseas, they may need to check
into a hotel while they wait for
another flight, or they may need to
travel urgently. Ensuring there are
provisions for a quick and easy
approval process allows staff to
book outside of policy if they need to
access a more expensive room type
or fly in business class.
If you already have provisions in
your travel policy for ‘exceptional
circumstances’ the approval process
is expedited and your travel manager
can get on with making a booking as
quickly as possible.
More often than not, your travellers
will be safely home on the next
available flight. However, if a flight
cancellation is due to a severe storm
or weather conditions, it is a good
idea to allow them the opportunity to
check into a hotel or airport lounge
to rest, eat a good meal and check
These days, news often breaks first
on social media. Corporate Traveller
is using social media to mass
distribute important announcements
regarding travel alerts that may affect
your travel plans.
It is important to remember that your
travel manager is your best point of
contact in this situation. However if
you like the online environment you
can always check out the flight status
updates page of your airline. For
significant events, or if you’re travelling
to a foreign country, it’s also a great
idea to check government websites for
updates, such as www.DFAT.gov.au
The TMC advantage
A travel management company
provides a crucial lifeline for business
travellers caught in uncertain
circumstances. They can help
companies track and locate travellers,
provide personal travel support, 24/7
assistance with all travel bookings and
provide the latest travel updates.
Travel-related illnesses are mostly
minor, but these simple tips will
help you minimise the risks.
Consult your doctor
Before you leave you should
consult your doctor and have
a medical check-up to make
sure you’re up to date on
your vaccinations and other
Pack a medical kit
Even though you’re travelling
for business it’s a good idea to
include a medical kit to cover the
basics like gastro, insect bites,
and antiseptic for minor cuts.
Gastro is one of the most common
travel related illnesses, so take the
• Stick to bottled water
• Avoid unpasteurised milk,
shellfish and fruit and
vegetables that may have been
washed in local water
• Don’t buy food from street stalls
Rely on the locals
As a business traveller, you’ll
probably find yourself sticking to
your hotel but if you’re meeting
with local colleagues use their
knowledge to your advantage
and you’ll find yourself dining
on authentic, safe cuisine!
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