ASBTA

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ASBTAAmerican Small Business Travelers Alliance (Lewisville, TX)
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The results of the survey demonstrate that small businesses want a competitive third choice for air travel that can only be obtained by leveling the playing field," said Chuck Sharp, President of ASBTA.
Conducted during August and September of 2007, ASBTA surveyed over 1000 female travelers on topics that included internet usage, safety, loyalty programs, and technology.
A survey conducted by ASBTA in late 2005 found that although 83 percent of small business travelers utilize airline websites and 56 percent utilize travel websites to make flight arrangements, most felt the technology could be improved to offer more tailored service.
Until the proliferation of wireless networks makes getting a strong connection virtually anywhere a reality, ASBTA encourages small businesses to use any of a number of online services designed to help wireless users easily find hotspots.
ASBTA is a national, alliance that provides valuable services and functions focused specifically on the travel needs and interests of small business owners.
ASBTA is a national, non-profit alliance that provides valuable services and functions focused specifically on the travel needs and interests of small business owners.
To achieve its mission, ASBTA works closely with airlines, lodging, car rental, technology companies, travel agencies, and other companies that serve small business travelers.
To achieve its mission, ASBTA works closely with airlines, lodging, car rental companies, travel agencies, and other companies that serve small business travelers.
The online survey -- the third conducted by ASBTA this year -- polled both members and non-members on a number of travel-related issues, including their use of airline websites.
We've been hearing a lot lately how airlines, car rental companies and other travel providers are looking to meta search engines as a less expensive distribution alternative to their standard sales outlets," said Chet Gray, ASBTA vice president.