We are pleased to announce that UK business travellers continue to receive an excellent advantage in rail travel when booking through Wexas Travel Management. Overall ticket values have fallen from £59.03 to £58.87 in 2016, despite the general inflationary 1.1% rise in fares, as dictated by the government.
Our partnership with Evolvi has enabled us to provide clients with unbeatable value when bringing rail travel into a holistic travel management policy. Corporate Sales Manager Fiona Garner comments:
It is undeniable that an all-encompassing travel policy is the sole method to achieve best savings, and this latest report only confirms that. Our specialist team of rail travel bookers have been providing this value to our clients for many years, so the news will be no surprise to them. We only hope that other businesses take notice of the savings available when bringing rail travel into their official travel policies.
That rail travel is increasing in price every year for the general booker means that there should be no time wasted in seeing how expenditure can be curbed. The only way is to incorporate it into a travel policy and we would encourage anybody – whether our clients or not – to investigate this further."
If you are an existing client and would like to learn more about this good news, please contact your account manager. If you are new to Wexas Travel Management and are interested in leveraging our access to competitive rail fares, just call us on 020 7253 2530, email us at [email protected] or use the enquiry form below.
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