Business Traveller is delighted to have won four awards at the Business Travel Journalism Awards 2016, which took place last night in London.
Alex McWhirter, the magazine’s consumer editor, won Features Journalist of the Year – Air, for his article Persian Potential, examining the future of Iran Air following the end of sanctions.
Alex also bagged the award for Features Journalist of the Year – Ground transportation, for Imitation Game, a report on how Europe’s rail operators are mimicking low-cost airlines.
Meanwhile Business Traveller‘s features editor Jenny Southan won the award for Features Journalist of the Year – Technology, for Hack Attack, a report into the growing threat of cyber data crime.
Finally David Churchill took the award for Features Journalist of the Year – Accommodation, for his analysis piece Let the best rate win, looking at how hotel groups are battling online travel agencies with special rates.
Business Traveller’s sister publication Buying Business Travel also had a successful evening, with editor Paul Revel and digital editor Tom Newcombe both winning awards.
The annual Business Travel Journalism Awards is organised by travel management company Carlson Wagonlit Travel and is judged by an independent panel of industry experts and journalists.
The event took place at Plateau restaurant in Canary Wharf, presented by TV and radio presenter Bill Turnbull.