U.S. airlines fly a record 2.4 million passengers and more than 58,000 tons of cargo every day, and U.S. passenger airlines serve over 800 airports in 80 countries.
Sixt has launched its car sharing offer Sixt share.
Via its new Sixt app, Sixt offers its customers a highly innovative car sharing service: Sixt share will give customers the freedom to return their vehicles flexibly beyond Sixt share business areas – at over 2,200 Sixt stations worldwide and also in all business areas.
A new tool coming from Capital One will make its travel credit cards more competitive with American Express and Chase. Only seasoned travel pros, however, may find it useful.
The busy Thanksgiving holiday rush is upon us. As friends and family travel for the holiday, our more than 130,000 American Airlines team members around the world are preparing to transport an estimated 7 million customers during the 12-day Thanksgiving air travel period.
I’m tired, you’re tired, we’re all tired when we travel for work. It’s leading employees to burn out and quit, causing problems for travel managers and companies that push their workers too hard. Some sleep and nicer flights can help.— Andrew Sheivachman
Business travel burnout is real, and those who travel the most tend to have the highest risk of negative health effects and inevitably quitting their job for something involving fewer treks away from home. Continue reading Frequent Business Travelers Need More Sleep to Survive
Updated versions of Concur are now causing a few profile errors due to tighter controls. Please check your company address field and home address fields and avoid having two lines in the address field section and also avoid any symbols like ( # , . @ – ). Please check that the State/country/province section is only two letters like UK instead of England or use FR instead of France. These are some of the recent errors that are most common and causing profile issues.
Members of Marriott Rewards, The Ritz-Carlton Rewards, and Starwood Preferred Guest can combine their accounts to travel all over the world further, faster and easier than ever before.
The Transportation Security Administration will keep its checkpoints at 150 smaller airports, despite studying possibly eliminating them to save money, the head of the agency said Wednesday.
TSA Administrator David Pekoske told USA TODAY’s editorial board that the agency studied the idea of closing checkpoints as merely a budget exercise, but that the risks didn’t outweigh the potential benefits.