How do charities cope with buying business travel to some of the world's most dangerous locations? By Amon Cohen, 11th May 2009, Supply Management
We are aware that Unite, the trade union that represents British Airways’ (BA) cabin crew, has today, 14 December 2009, announced that its strike ballot has closed with a vote in favour of industrial action on 22 December 2009.
Here’s a chilling statistic: in 2009, more humanitarian workers have been killed overseas than United States soldiers in Afghanistan. Even though there is an almost universal assumption that neutrality will protect relief workers, it is not a guarantee of safety.
Key Travel are pleased to announce that we have negotiated a special contract with the Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG) enabling us to offer specially negotiated hotel rates exclusively for our Charity and Academic client base - the perfect complement to our exclusive Charity and Academic flight contracts.
For each flight booked with Key Travel Brussels in November, we will plant a tree.
Key Travel will be exhibiting at the BOND (British Overseas NGO's for Development) Annual Conference and AGM on 5th November.
Key Travel will be exhibiting at ACEVO's Annual Conference on Thursday 5th November.
Key Travel will be exhibiting at the Charity Finance Directors' Group (CFDG) conference on Risk Management on Wednesday 18th November 2009.
Monday 21st September 2009, saw the completion of Project Leapfrog, our jump to improved service through the creation of dedicated teams.
Key Travel is raising awareness of the issue of Air Passenger Duty.