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NYS Corporate event management team has over 20 years experience making us the perfect choice to handle the organisations and logistics of your event.

NYS Corporate will consolidate your business travel expenditure providing you transparency, variety and a quality service through a tailored solution.

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Travel Alerts

Travel Alert: Portugal – TAP Portugal Cabin Crew Strike – 09 to 11 February 2018

Cabin crew from Portuguese flag carrier TAP Portugal are going on strike between 09 and February 2018 and plan partial stoppages in March as they say they cannot come to an agreement with the government of the company about violations of the company agreement and working conditions.

The Union representing cabin crew also said it would keep issuing three-day strike notices every month if TAP Portugal did not become less intransigent.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 23 January 2018 13:50

Travel Alert: UK – London – Road and Rail Station Closures due to Gas Leak – 23 January 2018

London Charing Cross station and several roads including The Strand and Northumberland Avenue have been closed by emergency services due to a gas leak on Craven Street.

Buildings have also been evacuated and the public have been advised to avoid the area.

As a result of road closures there is major traffic disruption and there is no rail service at London Charing Cross.

We advise travellers to monitor local media, plan accordingly, and to check the status of travel services prior to departure.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 23 January 2018 13:46

Travel Alert: Japan – Severe Winter Weather – 22 January 2018

A winter storm is forecast to bring heavy snowfall to parts of Honshu Island, Japan over the next 48 hours. As a result there is an increased risk of disruption to rail, air and road travel.

We advise travellers to monitor local media, plan accordingly, and to check the status of travel services prior to departure.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 22 January 2018 09:41

Travel Alert: UK – Docklands Light Railway (DLR) 48 Hour Strike – 01 February 2018

Workers on London’s Docklands Light Railway are set to stage a fresh 48-hour strike as part of an ongoing row over pay. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union working as cleaners, security staff and travel safe officers on the DLR will walk out from 5.30am on Thursday 01 February 2018.

The workers, employed by contractor ISS, took strike action on New Year’s Eve, but the union said no progress had been made over pay and other issues.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 18 January 2018 17:38

Travel Alert: Australia – Sydney Rail Workers Strike – 29 January 2018

Sydney and NSW Rail Workers will go on strike for 24 hours after negotiations between the train union and rail management fell through.

The Rail, Tram and Bus Union has said that the strike will commence at 00:01 on Monday 29 January 2018.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 16 January 2018 11:11

Travel Alert: Italy – Air Transport Unions threaten strike action at Ryanair – 10 February 2018

Three Italian air transport unions on Wednesday announced their intention for a nationwide strike for Ryanair staff on 10 February 2018, expressing disappointment  after the first meeting with management of the Irish low-cost airline.

The strike notice includes pilots, even though pilots’ union ANPAC said management had a “positive approach” during talks on Tuesday. Ryanair had raised the  possibility a deal could be reached with ANPAC before the end of the month. But the three other Italian air transport unions were not satisfied, calling for “serious  negotiations” on wages, contracts and guarantees for “all categories of personnel”.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 12 January 2018 17:04

Travel Alert: UK – Possible Strike Action by the RMT union – 20, 21 & 28 January 2018

Unfortunately, the RMT union has called a strike for Saturday 20, Sunday 21 and Sunday 28 January 2018 that will significantly affect CrossCountry train services.

CrossCountry will be operating a reduced service but using some longer trains. Amended train plans will be confirmed this week, so please keep checking the CrossCountry website for details. If you have clients travelling on any of these days on a CrossCountry service, please advise them to travel as early as possible. Some services may finish earlier than normal, and some stations may have no CrossCountry services, although alternative travel arrangements have been prepared. With fewer trains available we expect all services, and any replacement bus services, to be very busy.

I hope this notice enables your teams to manage appropriately client arrangements should they be travelling on these days.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 12 January 2018 16:53

Travel Alert: Italy – Airport Personnel Strikes – 19 & 29 January 2018 and 09 February 2018

19 January 2018: Some airport personnel will be on strike for 24 hours, starting 00:01. Some ENAC airport personnel will be on strike for 4 hours, from 14:00 to 18:00. Some Vueling Airlines personnel will be on strike for 24 hours, from 00:01 to 22:59.

29 January 2018: Some NTV personnel will be on strike for 8 hours, from 10:00 to 17:59

09 February 2018: Some Alitalia personnel will be on strike for 24 hours, from 00:01 to 23:59.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 09 January 2018 10:00

Travel Alert: Italy – Transport Strikes in Rome, Lazio Region – 12, 19 & 27 January 2018

Unionised transport workers in Rome, in the Lazio Region of Italy, are planning several strikes between 12 January 2018 and 27 January 2018. The following walkouts have been announced:

12 January 2018: Employees of ATAC municipal transport company, which manages bus, metro, and tram services across the Rome metropolitan area, are planning a 24-hour walkout over a longstanding labour dispute. Minimum services will be guaranteed between 08:30-17:00 and from 20:00 until the end of the day. The strike will likely affect bus, tram, and metro services, as well as regional rail services on the Rome-Lido, Termini-Centocelle, and Rome-Civitacastellana-Viterbo lines.

19 January 2018: Airport ground handling staff employed by Aviapartner and affiliated with the CUB union are planning to strike at Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO) from 12:00-16:00.

27 January 2018: Rail and bus staff employed by the Cotral regional transport operator are planning a 24-hour strike throughout the Lazio Region.

The strikes are unlikely to be crippling as Italian law requires transport unions to maintain a minimum level of service. However, unless the strikes are averted, longer commute times and other disruptions are likely on local public transport 12 January 2017 and 27 January 2018. Heavier-than-usual traffic is likely, particularly during the morning and evening rush hours, as commuters rely on private transport. Overcrowding is likely on any public transport services that do run. Residual transport delays are possible for some hours after the strikes end as transport operators reposition vehicles and rolling stock. Security and baggage processing delays are possible at FCO on the afternoon and evening of 19 January 2018.

Union members typically stage protests during such strikes and demonstrations are possible in central Rome on the above dates. However, violence is unlikely at any demonstrations that materialise.

Consider using private transport 12 January 2018 and 27 January 2018, keeping in mind that the demand for taxis and rental vehicles will likely be high. Allow extra time to travel due to the potential of increased traffic congestion throughout the Rome metropolitan area, particularly during the morning and evening rush hours. Confirm train departure times if using regional rail. Allow additional time to check-in and clear security if flying via Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) on 19 January 2019.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 09 January 2018 09:46

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