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19
Aug

Vietnam: Flights by Vietnam Airlines cancelled due to Typhoon Dianmu

National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines has cancelled 10 flights scheduled on August 19 due to Typhoon Dianmu, the third typhoon to hit the Southeast Asian country this year. The 10 flights were scheduled to depart from or arrive at Cat Bi International Airport in the northern port city of Hai Phong and Tho Xuan Airport […]

17
Aug

The Business Traveller’s Guide to Staying Healthy: Infographic

In this year’s GBTA BTI Outlook – Annual Global Report & Forecast, Canada’s business travel spend is projected to reach $31.9 billion USD by 2020 – that’s a lot of travel! With so many Canadians travelling for business, and corporate travel as an industry expected to continue growing steadily, we’ve assembled some of our favourite […]

17
Aug

Japan: Hokkaido: Typhoon Chanthu

Typhoon Chanthu made landfall on┬áJapan‘s northernmost prefecture of Hokkaido on Wednesday, triggering evacuation orders and advisories, with the weather agency here warning that torrential rain could trigger floods and landslides as well as disrupt transportation networks. The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) said that the typhoon made landfall on the southeastern area of Hokkaido, near Cape […]

15
Aug

Business Travel: Helping Employees Avoid Burnout

For all the benefits and perks associated with business travel, it can also become tiresome. Vision Travel COO Brian Robertson recently discussed his top tips for helping your employees avoid burnout with HRVoice.org. From how to provide health and well-being support, to encouraging bleisure and premium economy, here are the insights Brian has picked up […]

15
Aug

Peru: 5.2 magnitude earthquake, 6 miles from Chivay

A 5.4 magnitude, 7km WNW of Chivay late Sunday, has left at least 4 people dead and 40 injured, after about 50 homes collapsed and roads were cut off The toll from Sunday night’s quake in the southern Arequipa region might rise after about 50 homes collapsed and roads were cut off, the official told […]