Airlines are benefiting from the return of business travel, but for how long?
Dozens of cities are under lockdown or COVID-19 restrictions, and that is affecting businesses across China.
A new study in the journal Nature Communications says going virtual can reduce an event's carbon footprint by 94%.
They're a huge source of income — and a full recovery won't happen without them.
Deloitte's study predicts that corporate travel, lucrative for the industry, may take years to reach pre-pandemic levels — if it ever does.
The pandemic seems to have taught a lot of businesses that employees don't need to travel as much as they used to.
Business travelers are about twice as lucrative for the airlines as leisure fliers
And many of their bosses are eager for them them to travel again, too.
Those who travel for work make up around 10% of airline passengers, but they account for between half and three-quarters of revenue.
They might not send employees on as many trips, even after COVID-19.