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Mark Bowers says:
"Hmmm, “almost impossible” for an SME to deliver? This rather flies in the face of PSTInsider’s own Engage Awards last year when Redfern Travel was awarded “Best Cost Saving Initiative” for its work on the Crown Hotel Programme"
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While easyJet focuses on government business, what are the other carriers doing to drive domestic business?
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