AllFly is a full service travel management company that specializes in booking flights for meetings, incentives, and team offsites. We have a partnership with HPN to act as a trusted vendor to book airfare for events.
AllFly books air travel for meetings in which the company or a single payer is sponsoring travel. Typically, these are incentive trips, corporate meetings, and team offsites.
What does AllFly do for associations or city-wides?
Typically, we don’t book travel for associations, city-wides, or trips where the individual is responsible for paying for their own travel. We do however offer to set up discount codes with the airlines for the client to share with their partners.
How do we benefit clients?
Clients save both time and money when booking with AllFly. On average, we see companies save up to 15% on air travel when using our services. We drive these savings in a combination of ways, including:
Ticket protection program
Booking everyone in the smallest window possible (before fares rise)
Optimizing the booking/registration window
What is the process for getting started?
Usually the HPN planner will go through Payton, who will link all parties up via email. We like to start each relationship off with an online video meeting in which we learn about the client, explore what they need, and demo our services.
We invite planners to take part in as much as the process as they wish! Either way, our team will keep you in the loop.
Do you offer white glove service?
Yes. Service is at the heart of what we do. We offer 24/7 agent support in case of cancellations or flight disruptions.
We also pair each account with a dedicated sales manager and account manager, meaning you will have no problem getting on the phone with someone on our team.
We offer cash back on cancelled tickets on United, Delta, and American(minus a $50 fee). If someone cancels a Delta ticket for $600, we will refund the company $550. This is a huge savings because typically, cancelled tickets go as an eCredit on the travelers account, meaning that money is lost to the company.