Carlson Wagonlit Travel, an Australian corporate travel agency, reported that deeply discounted premium seats are becoming harder to find as corporate demand picks up (The Australian, 04-Feb-2011). Carlson Wagonlit is predicting premium airfares to rise 6-8% in 2011 on the back of higher base fares, fuel surcharges, ancillary fee efforts and new environmental taxes in some international markets.
Cheap corporate airfares now hard to find
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