Qantas Frequent Flyers email scam

Qantas frequent flyers have been targeted in a sophisticated email scam. The emails have prompts to log into a fake Qantas website so personal details can be harvested. If you have received these emails, please do not open or click on the links. These messages were sent out on 17 February, claiming to celebrate the […]

Travel apps that help your business trips run smoothly

Where would we be without our smartphones? They are a pocket-sized extension of our office and a valuable piece of equipment for business travellers. But which travel apps should you install before your next work trip? CBT looks after all your travel itinerary issues, so that’s one worry you can check off the list. Google […]

What you need to know when flying with electronic devices

Keeping track of which electronic devices you can and can’t take on board flights is becoming increasingly difficult. One of the more recent safety concerns for airlines is lithium batteries. The batteries are a potential fire risk, so you can understand why airlines are cautious. This is the reason for the introduction of new conditions […]

How AI helps with travel management checks & balances

When you partner with a travel management company, the aim is to create a program that will balance company priorities and money-saving initiatives with the flexibility of tailored travel experiences. Accommodating employee travel preferences can help facilitate productive business trips and be beneficial for staff satisfaction. It can also post risks for your business, so […]

Travel Update for Banned MacBook Pro Laptops on Flights

Many airlines are now placing restrictions on 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops, following Apple’s recall of some laptop models purchased from September 2015 to February 2017. It’s understandable, due to safety concerns over the lithium ion battery and the potential to catch fire, but it is becoming increasingly complicated for MacBook owners to know exactly what […]