FCTG's corporate brands - which include travel agencies FCM Travel Solutions, Corporate Traveller, Campus Travel and Stage and Screen—also will be able to use Airbnb's third-party booking tool. FCTG executive general manager of corporate travel Andrew Flannery said the agreement will provide new options for travelers looking for something different from a typical hotel stay and will benefit customers with travel needs in markets with low hotel supply. The company conducted a pilot during recent months, and travelers who used the service rated the experience 4.76 out of 5 stars and achieved an average daily rate of $80, in Australian dollars. After Airbnb hired David Holyoke as global director of business travel in late 2016, the alternative accommodations provider has focused on outreach and education within the corporate travel community. The company last year signed deals with Carlson Wagonlit Travel, BCD Travel and American Express Global Business Travel. Get the full story at BTN