A Travelport study has revealed that 55% of U.S. business passengers are willing to pay for travel upgrades out of their own pocket and 80% prefer to have direct control over their plans. While the majority of those surveyed would use their own money or loyalty points to pay for airline seat, hotel, car rental and Wi-Fi upgrades, 85.7% said their companies cover the cost of ancillaries like inflight Wi-Fi, additional bags and meals. Business travelers also want to know what products are on ...

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