The US Business Traveler & Travel Policy 2018 survey by Travelport also shows American employees are divided when it comes to security measures – 55 per cent agreed their company should be allowed to use GPS tracking solutions to monitor their movements and location during business trips, while 45 per cent disagree. Travelers in the States are also more willing to sacrifice their personal data for security and other benefits, with 70 per cent saying they’d offer their details in exchange for personalised ads that are relevant to them when booking business travel online. In terms of booking behaviour, 48 per cent of respondents said they prioritise flight departure and arrival times and direct services. Only 12 per cent said they choose based on company cost savings and keeping a work-life balance. Get the full story at Buying Business Travel