Real ID Requirement

Beginning May 3, 2023, every air traveler 18 years of age and older will need a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license, state-issued enhanced driver’s license, or another acceptable form of ID to fly within the United States. Read the announcement.

Planning University Travel

The University of Wisconsin System has a managed travel program with a variety of carefully selected contracted vendors. Use of these vendors is required for reimbursement.

Contact your institution’s travel manager or request a training if you have further questions after viewing the information on this site.

 

  1. CTM Names New Global Sustainability Head

    Corporate Travel Management has named John Nicholls as global head of ESG and sustainability, a new role at the travel management company. 

  1. Study: Smaller U.S. Cities See Largest Airfare Increases

    Secondary and tertiary markets are seeing the largest year-over-year increases in average U.S. airfares, according to a report released this week by CheapAir.com. The company assessed 128 million airfares in April in cities across the United States, it noted in the report.  

  1. UAE-Based OTA Musafir Signs with Mastercard

    Dubai-based online travel agency Musafir is partnering with Mastercard to digitize payment flows and launch "new innovative payment products" for both corporate and leisure customers, the agency announced.  

  1. Alaska Airlines Pilots Vote to Strike Absent New Agreement

    An overwhelming 99 percent of participating Alaska Airlines pilots voted to authorize a strike if a new employment contact cannot be reached and the National Mediation Board permits such an action, the Air Line Pilots Association, which is representing the Alaska pilots, announced Wednesday. About 96 percent of members participated in the vote.  

  1. Survey: Buyers Value Traveler Wellness but Note Little Budget Support

    While travel buyers rate traveler well-being near the top of their priorities—higher than savings or policy compliance—a significant percentage also report lower levels of support from their company on enacting well-being policies, according to a BCD Travel survey of 118 travel buyers.  

Beginning on January 1, 2022, the standard mileage rates for the use of a car (also vans, pickups or panel trucks) will be:
58.5 cents per mile driven for business use.