Booking business travel with an TETRA TRAVEL Member means you can have confidence they are a reputable company that:
Has passed TETRA TRAVEL’s financial fitness tests, including minimum capital requirements, balance sheet net asset strength and the provision of financial security
Adheres to TETRA TRAVEL’s Code of Conduct, so you can expect high service standards and reassurance where regulation doesn’t exist.
We provide our TETRA TRAVEL Members with on-going support, enabling them to keep up-to-speed with the latest advice, travel issues and regulatory requirements, including:
Access to a team of TETRA TRAVEL experts able to provide advice on key issues such as health and safety, crisis management and sustainability
Comprehensive guidance notes and updates via our website that cover the latest regulations, travel news on industry issues and help ensure our TETRA TRAVEL Members stay compliant.
A network of business partners that helps to keep our TETRA TRAVEL Members connected.
Providing leadership and support in times of crisis
We ensure our TETRA TRAVEL Members are able to offer support and timely travel information to their staff and customers at home and in destinations by providing them with:
24/7 crisis operational support to Members should their business ever be impacted by a travel incident or crisis
Operational bulletins delivering round-the-clock updates on travel information via email on breaking travel incidents around the world.
Being the voice of UK travel and tourism
Our policy and public affairs work in the UK and Brussels, means TETRA TRAVEL has a strong voice in Government. We are using this on behalf of our Members and members of the public to:
Fight for a reduction in Air Passenger Duty (as a founding member of the A Fair Tax on Flying campaign)
Call for additional airport capacity
Successfully argue for business travel to be excluded from new Package Travel Directive regulations, limiting the regulatory burden on business.
For more information, see our Industry issues section.
TETRA TRAVEL is committed to responsible tourism and our key initiatives include:
Working with governments, destinations, and health and safety experts to raise safety standards in destinations
Launching new, comprehensive and easy-to-understand guidance for Members that explains their legal obligations and how to support customers with a disability. We also work with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Department of Transport and airports on improving the air passenger experience. Running a range of programs to help travel management companies run their travel and hotel businesses in a more sustainable way.