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Airlines Worldwide Temporarily Ground Boeing 777 Aircraft with Pratt & Whitney’s PW4000 Engine Following Incident

Boeing has recommended all airlines temporarily suspend Boeing 777 aircraft with the same engine type as the United Airlines flight from Denver to Honolulu that suffered an engine failure on February 20th.  The incident included the failure…

Travelers Face New Requirements Post-Brexit

Effective January 1, 2021, the United Kingdom officially severed ties with the European Union, and U.K. citizens faced new travel regulations as a result. The U.K. is now considered a “third country” with limitations put on the free travel…

What a COVID Vaccine Could Mean for Business Travelers

Monday, December 14, marks an historic day with the delivery and first distribution of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid vaccine in the United States.  Following the FDAs approval, the first round of Covid vaccines will be distributed to 20 million…

International Travel – Destination Overview of where U.S. Citizens are Allowed to Enter

November 6th marks the third month since the restrictions for the “Level 4: Do Not Travel” ban was lifted.  Although this is good news for some, it can be confusing for others as nearly all countries around the world continue their struggle…

Airline Loyalty Programs – Latest Program Changes to Entice Travel

Airlines are digging deep to encourage more travel as well as continue to earn traveler loyalty. As a result, each carrier is making significant changes to their programs, most for the better, but some that clearly protect their bottom line. TI…

How Rapid Testing May Bring International Travel Back

Every country around the world is balancing the need for the containment of the COVID virus as they work towards stimulating their economy.  As a result, experts are suggesting a negative COVID test result within 48 hours to 7 days prior to…

Business Travel: The Benefits over Video Calls

Nearly everyone has experienced some form of video conferencing throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and although it has been a great way to stay in contact while remaining socially distant, and seems like a great way to reduce travel time and…

Travel Status and COVID-19 Restrictions by State

Domestic Business Travel has plateaued to 25% from 2019 levels for the past two months. Much of this is due to the varied spikes of infection throughout the US. Each state is responsible for their own phased reopening, with some never having…

Brexit and the Impact on Business Travel

On Friday, January 31, 2020, the U.K. officially left the European Union and will no longer have any representation in the system, leaving business travelers wondering what this means for company travel throughout Europe. For U.K. and U.S.…

March 19th, 2020: Latest News about the COVID-19 Coronavirus

Disclaimer: The information in this post was accurate as of March 19, 2020. For the most recent and up-to-date information on COVID-19, visit our Coronavirus Information Hub >>.   The World Health Organization has declared the…