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Air travel is essential for the majority of your international assignments and critical to assignee satisfaction. Not only is home leave a fundamental benefit in global mobility policies, but dependable airfare data is also crucial to effectively estimating costs for new assignments.
Mobility programs spend millions each year on airfare home leave, relocation, and repatriation. You typically need to:
Companies often struggle to find an accurate way to determine, administer, and update the provision of air travel. This is why many companies, especially those with larger programs, are switching to cash allowances or managed caps in lieu of reimbursing travel. Switching to cash allowances or caps generates the need for credible data which can be sourced from AIRINC’s Airfare Database.
“Now that the program has been in place for 2+ years, the employees are able to budget and plan their travel responsibly. They’ve expressed an appreciation for the flexibility of the cash allowance. Since we have this new approach, the team manages fewer exceptions. This means less burden for Talent Deployment and the relocation provider.” – AbbVie
“We have been able to lower spend on home leave significantly.” – Member of the Fortune Global 500
Travel policies and practices can vary significantly from company to company, which is why the Airfare Database is designed to be flexible, with various options to align with your travel practices and policy. Some options include:
Airfare reports also list the carbon emissions each flight generates per passenger. Data is reported as kilograms of CO2 as well as the number of trees required to offset the CO2 emissions from that flight.
At least 10 to 20 individual fares are collected for each route each quarter to create a robust average. Airfare data is updated according to your schedule.
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