Top Three Trends for Business Travel in 2020

2020 brings a new decade focused on the changing dynamics and expectations of business travelers across the world. This years’ trends are about balance. This means balancing your corporate culture with company cost recovery initiatives, encouraging…
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Facial Recognition is Not Expanding in the U.S.

Biometric screening for international flights was expected to take off across airports around the country, but The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) had other things in mind. Earlier last year the facial recognition systems were already…
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Mobile Passport Scanning with American Airlines

American Airlines has become a trail-blazer in the airline industry when it comes to passport scanning.  Recently, the airline announced a new mobile app passport feature that gives international travelers a more convenient travel experience.…
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New Benefits for Some United Polaris Business Cabin Travelers

Over the years, Airlines and Hotels have joined forces to build loyalty and combined service for their travelers.  Usually this takes the form of additional loyalty points through their partnership, and for some premium services in regions…

Does Boarding Sequence Impact Choice of Flight?

What boarding process is best? That’s the age-old question that lingers in the airline industry and among frequent flyers. With there being no one standard process that all airlines adhere to, it leaves room for travelers to question the process…

Year-End Business Travel: Planning Reduces Stress

As the calendar comes to a close, so does the need for end of year business trips as we set out to finalize 2019 contracts and commence plans for a hugely successful 2020 year ahead. This necessity for travel around the holidays can also lead…

Impact of Flight Disruptions

It’s the inevitable and at any point in time a business traveler will likely have to face the inconvenience of a significant delay or cancellation.  Unfortunately, it is not only the personal inconvenience of changes in travel plans that…

American Airlines and Southwest Airlines will continue Boeing 737 Max cancellation until March 2020

The unfortunate deadly crashes of two Boeing 737 Max jets have left travelers skeptical of flying the aircraft. This uncertainty has urged two U.S. carriers, American Airlines and Southwest Airlines, to further delay the return of the aircraft…

Top Airlines for 2019

Flying to and from meetings and conferences is essential in today’s business marketplace. The reality is that if you have to sit on a plane for multiple hours before reaching your final destination or meeting point, then you want to have the…