Thanks to the infusion of helpful tech into hotels across the world, a dreary work trip might not be too bad. More hotels are bringing helpful tools in to cater to business guests. Continue reading Hotels with Cool Tech for the Business Traveler
In March 2020, Delta Air Lines will move its Beijing service to the new Daxing International Airport.
Delta and Joint Cooperation Agreement partner Aeromexico are focused on providing their customers with a consistent experience when traveling between the two airlines. Continue reading Delta, Aeromexico working together to create a seamless travel experience
The latest perk hotels are offering guests: flexible check-in and checkout. Some charge a fee, but some are granting it for free. It’s an interesting play to attract more loyal customers who will book directly with the hotels and not with online travel agencies. Continue reading Check In, Check Out Anytime You’d Like at These Hotels
Despite the growing number of people with disabilities in the United States, it’s still a challenge to find clear information about accessibility while traveling. This may make traveling so difficult for employees with disabilities that many choose to do it as little as possible. Continue reading Business Travelers With Disabilities Face a Pervasive Lack of Accessibility
The conversation around business traveler satisfaction is growing. American Airlines’ refreshed corporate benefits show that the airline is listening. Continue reading American Airlines Revamps Its Corporate Recognition Benefits
Employees often travel long distances to get to conferences, boarding planes to travel anywhere from a few states over to an entirely new country. In the air, they will usually spend the time catching up on sleep, sending out emails, or watching back-to-back movies.
United will offer a first-class cabin in a 50-seat jet when it launches flights on its Bombardier CRJ-550 fleet starting Sunday October 27, 2019. Continue reading United reveals unprecedented regional jet