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BUSINESS TRAVEL AWARDS 2019


Sponsors SUPPORTED BY


Amadeus


Amadeus is famous for leading-edge technology that keeps the travel sector moving. We provide integrated travel, expense, payments and mobile solutions that connect over 11,000 corporations and the major TMCs worldwide to the right content at the right time. Our traveller tools are proven to improve your productivity, help you work smarter and drive down the cost of doing business. amadeus.com


Addison Lee


The Addison Lee Group (Addison Lee and Tristar Worldwide) are committed to transforming global ground transportation by bringing our high level of UK service to clients in over 80 countries. It’s because of our reputation that we’re the number one trusted provider for journeys that matter, we provide seamless quality that you can trust. We have the scale, resources and experience to support and manage your ground transportation programme worldwide. For more information, visit addisonleegroup.com


Air Astana


Air Astana, the national carrier of Kazakhstan, operates flights to over 60 domestic and international routes from hubs in Astana and Almaty. Air Astana became the first carrier from Russia, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and Eastern Europe to be awarded a prestigious 4-Star rating by Skytrax at its World Airline Awards 2012 and was also named ‘The Best Airline in Central Asia and India’ that year. Both achievements were repeated every year from 2013 to 2018. Air Astana offers the only non-stop flights from London to Kazakhstan; in addition connections are available from the UK via Amsterdam, Atyrau, Frankfurt, Uralsk and Paris. Connections are also available to Almaty and 11 other destinations in Kazakhstan.


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This summer a three-times weekly connection from London to Tashkent via Astana will begin. airastana.com/uk


ANA ANA – All Nippon Airways – is one of only ten airlines to have been awarded the 5-star rating from Skytrax. Operating daily flights from Europe (London, Paris, Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf and Brussels) to Tokyo, ANA connects you with Japan’s largest domestic network and 43 international cities beyond. ANA’s renowned service is all by design. The ethos of omotenashi (Japanese hospitality) brings care and attention to detail into everything we do, and has led ANA to prevail over its 5-star competitors, receiving Business Airline of the Year and Best CSR Programme at the Business Travel Awards 2018. ana.co.jp


The Apartment Service – TAS Global The Apartment Service (TAS Global) is the leading global serviced apartment booking agency. TAS Global has more than three decades of experience, offering a wide choice of solutions for corporate travel buyers looking to develop global, regional or local extended-stay programmes for business travel, relocation, assignments and business projects. TAS Global operates from our seven global offices in London, New York, Lisbon, Madrid,


Barcelona, Frankfurt and Singapore providing an end-to-end service for consulting, sourcing, booking, managing and analysing reservations into serviced apartments worldwide, using our own proprietary technology. In February 2014, The Apartment Service launched the celebrated TAS Alliance. The TAS Alliance brings together small and large serviced apartment operators across the globe under a single representation, distribution and marketing strategy, all powered by a common technology platform. apartmentservice.com and thetasalliance.com


Barclaycard At Barclaycard, we’re passionate about helping our customers become more successful. So we deliver service, products and innovation that are second to none – to everyone from individual travellers and corporate customers to TMCs and technology providers. We’re always coming up with new ways to help our travel clients make and take payments – whether it’s using a flexible corporate card, integrated virtual payments or a Lodge card. And that’s why we’re the UK’s number one commercial payments provider. barclaycard.co.uk/ business


CMAC CMAC is the UK’s leading provider of managed pre-planned and emergency ground transport and accommodation solutions, offering clients the peace of mind of a 24/7/365 nationwide service. We work with major corporate clients, holiday companies, airlines and private clients. Last year we moved over one million passengers. Our mission is to simplify the management of ground


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