What does a Corporate Travel Consultant do?

Travel consultants assist clients with the planning and partaking of their travel needs. They research various destinations and means of travel and consider the prices, customs, and weather conditions. Clients share insight including their specifications and wishes, and travel consultants research and suggest appropriate travel packages or services. They organize travel from beginning to end and book tickets, accommodation, secure rental transportation, and arrange for meals when requested. They supply travelers with necessary information and useful travel material, including event programs or maps.

Travel consultants prepare promotional materials to sell itinerary tour packages and all-inclusive adventures. They handle unforeseen problems and complaints and determine eligibility for refunds if necessary. Travel consultants also attend conferences to stay apprised of the latest tourism and travel trends and create an updated electronic record of clients. They maintain relationships with key players in the field and keep financial statements and documents. Travel consultants need a degree in hospitality, travel, tourism, business, or related fields.

EducationBachelor's Degree
Work/Life Balance
3.4 ★
Salary Range--
Career Opportunity
3.3 ★
Avg. Experience8+ years

Corporate Travel Consultant Salaries

Average Base Pay

£28,680 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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£18K
Median: £29K
£47K
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Corporate Travel Consultant Career Path

Learn how to become a Corporate Travel Consultant, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.

L3
Travel Consultant
£21,260/yr
L4
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Corporate Travel Consultant Insights

Read what Corporate Travel Consultant professionals have to say about their job experiences and view top companies for this career.
Abercrombie & KentAbercrombie & Kent
Private Travel Consultant
14 Oct 2020

“Some of the management is not great and will hold people back based on personal bias.”

Grand Circle TravelGrand Circle Travel
Travel Consultant
30 Sep 2019

“I knew I would learn a great deal and really would enjoy helping clients with all their travel needs.”

Bike and RollBike and Roll
Bike and Segway Guide
15 Jun 2021

“Stephen and Janna are amazing owners and the genuinely the sweetest people I have ever worked under.”

Vacations To GoVacations To Go
Travel Counselor
23 Oct 2019

“When looking for a Career you typically have earning potential and work life balance at the top of the list.”

British AirwaysBritish Airways
Travel Advisor
23 Aug 2020

“The salary was ok...easy incentives and night allowance is an extra boost to work.”

USAirtours HolidaysUSAirtours Holidays
USA Travel Specialist
16 Dec 2019

“I have been given so many opportunities to grow within the company and I am extremely lucky to work here .”

True Partnerships
Travel Administrator
1 Oct 2019

“Working in a small close knit team where everyone gets along was definitely the most enjoyable part of the job”

Click TravelClick Travel
Business Travel Consultant
15 Jul 2020

“There are always things going on to keep things fun so employee engagement is great.”

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Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a corporate travel consultant

When working as a corporate travel consultant, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are DSL, Requests, Consulting, Operating Systems and Arrangements.

The most similar professions to corporate travel consultant are:
  • Associate
  • Team Manager
  • Office Manager
  • Executive Assistant

The most common qualifications to become a corporate travel consultant is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.