air travel

Best Birthday Gifts for Travelers – Mark’s Travel Journal – Business Travel Article

Best Birthday Gifts for Travelers – Mark’s Travel Journal Finding the right present for anyone is a difficult task. The person you are buying the present for might be your best friend, your boyfriend, girlfriend, even your brother, but that fact doesn’t make the gift-picking process any easier. So, the best way to find the right present for them is to see what things they like or think about their hobbies just a little bit. Do they like reading? Do…

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11 Things I Never Travel Without – Mark’s Travel Journal – Business Travel Article

11 Things I Never Travel Without – Mark’s Travel Journal This Post Was Originally Published on the TuGo Travel Blog on July 19, 2019 by Mark Crone Whether travelling for work or on vacation, you want your trip to be smooth and easy. To do that, you need to pack a few things to make your trip as easy and comfortable as possible. Here’s my list of things I always travel with (and never travel without): 1. Money/Credit Cards Credit…

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Tips for exploring Miami with friends – Mark’s Travel Journal – Business Travel Article

Tips for exploring Miami with friends – Mark’s Travel Journal Traveling to Miami is a dream come true – especially if you’re visiting as a group. However, many people are confused with all of the things Miami has to offer, so they don’t experience its full potential. When exploring Miami with friends, you need to be ready and find out everything you can do here before you arrive. This way your group won’t waste time; instead, you’ll have fun until…

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2017’s Best Travel Management Software for Corporate Travel Managers – Business Travel Article

2017’s Best Travel Management Software for Corporate Travel Managers by: Jon Falker, Director of Marketing, 2nd Address Corporate travel management is a challenging field. Business travel is becoming a source of anxiety for many mid-level managers and executives. In fact, it was the primary theme of this year’s Skift Forum. See Cheddar’s interview with Skift CEO Rafat Ali. While we’re seeing increasing traveler anxiety, we’re also seeing an increased focus on the Duty of Care that requires companies to adequately care for…

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Update: American and United extend China cancellations through April – Business Travel Article

Update: American and United extend China cancellations through April American Airlines and United have announced they will extend the suspension of flights to and from mainland China and Hong Kong through April due to a dip in demand following the outbreak of novel coronavirus.Many major carriers around the world began cancelling flights in January and February as the coronavirus, now officially named Covid-19 by the World Health Organisation. While most have only announced suspensions through the end of March, American…

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Best time to visit New York City – Mark’s Travel Journal – Business Travel Article

Best time to visit New York City – Mark’s Travel Journal Many people are not lucky enough to have a chance to visit one of the most exciting cities in the world regularly. So when you do get a chance, you want it to be perfect. One of the biggest factors when visiting a place is the time you visit it, which can really shape all the memories you have there. You need to consider the weather, tourists, holidays, etc.…

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Doncaster Sheffield airport reveals £10m plan – Business Travel Article

Doncaster Sheffield airport reveals £10m plan Doncaster Sheffield airport (DSA) has revealed a £10 million redevelopment plan for its terminal, including an expansion of the arrivals hall and security search area.The investment programme includes a number of other improvements and new facilities based on customer feedback, including an expansion of the retail food and beverage offering and new gate bridges.According to DSA, the improvements are in response to growing passenger demand and are expected to be completed for summer 2021.UK…

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Matt’s Flights Review – Finding You Discount Flights – Retirement Travel Article

Matt’s Flights Review – Finding You Discount Flights A Closer Look At Matt’s Flights Discount Air Travel Service Let’s face it, we’re all looking for those hot deals for flights, vacation packages and more. If there’s someone out there that can help find and save you money for travel, I’m always hot on their trail! Recently, I was invited by Matt, a seasoned world traveler and now entrepreneur, to check out his new subscription based Air Travel business appropriately named…

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Travel Product Review – Palmate Travel Pillow – Mark’s Travel Journal – Business Travel Article

Travel Product Review – Palmate Travel Pillow – Mark’s Travel Journal The Palmate Travel Pillow is my very first travel pillow. I’m a regular air traveller and have been for a very long time. I have the very good fortune of being able to sleep and/or nap quite easily on any flight – be it 1 hour or 12 hours. It’s time for a travel pillow. There are a lot of travel pillows in the marketplace. You can buy them…

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Travel Managers Have Complex, Complicated Relationships with Airline Partners – Business Travel Article

Travel Managers Have Complex, Complicated Relationships with Airline Partners by: Jen Bankard, Education Specialist, ACTE Global In Fall 2017, ACTE hosted a series of sessions for travel managers at local education events in Chicago,  Washington D.C. and Santa Clara. Titled Corporate Air Travel: The Love/Breakup Letter Exercise, the sessions gave travel managers an opportunity to move beyond traditional roundtable discussions and emerge from the experience with tangible, creative lessons and takeaways. Considering BTN’s Corporate Travel Top 100 companies for 2017 spent…

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Muilenburg gets pay-out as Boeing Max lay-offs announced – Business Travel Article

Muilenburg gets pay-out as Boeing Max lay-offs announced Former Boeing president and chief executive Dennis Muilenburg has walked away from the company with a US$62 million (almost £48 million) pay-out, while 2,800 people have been made redundant thanks to the 737 Max groundings.Muilenburg, who was fired at the end of December following a disastrous year, was denied severance pay, his annual bonus and other incentives worth nearly US$15 million (£11.5 million).However, an SEC filing from Boeing shows that in addition…

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