Setting Travel Policies will help you keep your travel costs under control.
Your policies could include:
- How many days in advance flights should be booked by
- The cabin class allowed for flights (you can change these according to the length of the flight)
- Per-night budgets for hotels
- Maximum star ratings for hotels
For example, if you have set your Travel Policies so that flights need to be booked 10 days in advance, and that only Economy cabin class is permitted (such as the picture below).
Then when a traveler at your company searches for a business class ticket, they will be presented with an out of policy notification like this:
The traveler can click on this policy notification to see the detail of your company travel policy.
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Discover how to define your Travel Policy here.
Be aware: By default, travelers are notified but not stopped from making an out of policy booking. To prevent out of policy bookings, you’ll need to set up an approval process.