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Latest 2010 Business Travel Forecast: Gradual Clearing

LCT Staff
Posted on January 13, 2010

WASHINGTON, D.C. — In recent years, surging oil prices, airline bankruptcies and consolidation, terrorist bomb plots, invasive security procedures, pandemic scares, ancillary airline ticket fees and the deepest recession in decades have transformed business travel into a Darwinian struggle for survival.

Once the havoc created by the recent attempt to bring down a U.S. jetliner abates, 2010 may prove to be a less turbulent and more benign year for air travelers. Barring the return of the H1N1 flu, an unexpected oil price surge or another unforeseen crisis, air travel may even hold a few bright spots in the coming year.

Here are eight factors likely to affect air travel for business travelers in 2010.

BIZ TRAVEL TRENDS

Source: David Grossman, business travel columnist, USA Today

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