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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.

As a conference and meetings specialist we strive to achieve a quality service and cost reduction with a creative flare

NYS Corporate Ltd is a specialist Events, Conference and Corporate Travel management company

Travel Alerts

Travel Alert Europe: Increased Security & Staffing Issues at Border Controls

Increased security and understaffing at border controls at several Schengen-area airports are resulting in extended queues and severe delays. Some anecdotal reports indicate travellers could experience waits of as long as four hours on arrival or departure from Brussels Charleroi (CRL), Lisbon Portela (LIS), Lyon Brindas (LYS), Madrid Barajas (MAD), Milan Malpensa (MXP), Palma de Mallorca (PMI), and Paris Orly (ORY) airports. Other airports in the Schengen zone could be affected as well.

The long queues are due to reinforced checks and tighter security at entry and exit enacted following a series of terror attacks in Europe. The delays are being compounded by seasonal absences and understaffing. Delays could increase in the coming weeks, as the new Schengen-wide regulations take full effect.

While the increased scrutiny is aimed primarily at travellers who are not holders of Schengen-area passports, the staffing shortage is compounding delays for all travellers, regardless of nationality.

It is advised to arrive at the airport well in advance of your flight. Anticipate greatly increased wait times at customs borders. Remain courteous and non-confrontational with officials.

Please contact your NYS Travel Team for further information.
Updated 02.08.2017

Travel Alert Spain: Barcelona Airport Security Staff Strike from 4th August 2017

Unionised security guards at Barcelona-El Prat (BCN) International Airport announced plans to strike starting Aug. 4. The strike will only take place during specific periods: 0530-0630, 1030-1130, 1630-1730, and 1830-1930 every Friday, Sunday, and Monday. However, the guards have begun a “work-to-rule” action that has already resulted in significant delays at security checkpoints. Delays have been most severe in Terminal 1, at times reaching two hours; slightly shorter delays have been reported at Terminal 2.

The delays are coincidentally longest during the periods announced for the upcoming strike, leading authorities to conclude that the workers have embarked on a covert strike ahead of the announced strike.

It is advised to allow added time to transit through the airport

Please contact your NYS Travel Team for further information.
Updated 01.08.2017

Travel Alert UK: Issues with National Reservation System for rail tickets

Please be advised that there is currently an issue with the National Reservation System, affecting all industry retailers and Ticket Issuing Systems which is resulting in some fares not being displayed in the system. When searching for an affected journey, you may see an error message: “No fares or journeys could be found that match your request”. Our system providers are working on a fix as a matter of priority and we will provide further updates as they become available.

Please contact your NYS Travel Team for further information.
Updated 31.07.2017

Travel Alert UK: Major Rail Disruption Expected – August 2017

Major engineering works will close some of Britain’s biggest stations this August. Commuters into London will be the most affected as Network Rail prepares to carry out work worth £133m, including the biggest bank holiday engineering works it has ever planned.

The worst of the disruption will be felt by passengers using Waterloo, which will see about half its platforms closed for more than three weeks from 5th August, meaning many South West trains will not run. Passengers have been warned to expect queues of up to half an hour just to enter suburban stations on the network, such as Wimbledon and Surbiton, during summer rush hours.

Euston will close entirely on the 26th-27th August bank holiday weekend, affecting some services on the West Coast main line to Birmingham and cities north to Glasgow. London Bridge and Charing Cross will be closed to Southeastern services for a week from the same weekend. London Paddington and Liverpool Street will also be affected, with only King’s Cross St Pancras, Victoria and Marylebone operating normally in the capital, although all are expected to be busier than usual to accommodate alternative journeys.

Please contact your NYS Travel Team for further information. Updated 12.07.2017

Travel Alert UK: British Airways Strike – Saturday 1st July for 2 weeks

British Airways cabin crew are to stage a two-week strike from 01 July, the Unite union has said. It is the latest action in a long-running row over pay and benefits.

Please contact your NYS Travel Team for further information. Updated 19.06.2017

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