Almost three-quarters of U.S. corporate travel managers anticipate more business trips under their watches next year, according to an AirPlus survey. Only one-quarter said the same thing a year earlier. Sixty percent of India-based travel managers anticipate increased corporate travel, owing to a booming economy there and rising exports. The U.K. followed with 50 percent of travel managers expecting increased corporate travel. The AirPlus survey polled 983 travel managers from 24 countries between August and October. There is still much speculation about what Brexit will actually mean for the U.K. economy and corporate travel. Half of U.K. travel managers expect a positive effect on corporate travel and an increase in travel frequency. To read more at Business Travel News, click here.