Business travel report: Warsaw city focus

Rose Dykins explores Warsaw’s gleaming new attractions and looks at the Polish capital’s plans to become an aviation ‘superhub’ Warsaw shouldn’t be taken at face value. While you could happily saunter around the cobbled squares…

The long-haul business class revolution

Comfier seats, Michelin-star food and bigger in-flight entertainment screens, there’s a host of improvements in long-haul business class. By Jenny Southan.  Passengers flying business class may only make up around 12 per cent of an airline’s…

Business Travel Report: Rising in the East

With new routes, infrastructure and a host of hotel openings, China is becoming the new playground for business travel, writes Jenny Southan, business travel editor.  It won’t be long until China overtakes the US as…

Lord Adonis

Keep calm and carry on for Brexit, advises…

Labour peer says short-term effects should be negligible but delivered warning about direction of Brexit Lord Andrew Adonis, the Labour peer and former transport secretary, said that Brexit will have no effect on UK businesses…

Business travel report: Sky’s the limit

Business class offerings continue to evolve as airlines vie to stay competitive in the growing work-travel segment, writes Rose Dykins.  From anti-jet lag lounges to dedicated WhatsApp hotlines for premium customers, airlines are constantly announcing…