Most travelers have a preference of either aisle or window seat, but we’ve yet to encounter anyone who prefers sitting in the middle. No surprise there, the middle seat doesn’t offer anything of value- there’s no view, no easy exit and no guarantee of an armrest!
As a travel management company, many of us have the pleasure of sharing our work days with a multitude of exceptional administrative professionals in diverse industries across the country. And we love it.
The Real Value of Mobile Assistance for Business Travelers Leveraging AI to Make Business Travel Better
In addition to taking care of your business travel, we can provide tips and tricks for staying healthy—and happy—when on the road.
Are you planning a getaway sometime soon? Imagine if someone else paid for your flights! Does it sound too good to be true? Well, we’re happy to tell you that it can be your reality.
Traveling for business can be a hassle at times, especially if your business trip happens to be during the summer. Navigating long check-in times, security lineups and seas of passengers sounds like fun, right?
Life moves fast. We are here to help you travel smart. We’ve compiled our favorite travel essentials to keep you on track for a smooth, comfortable journey.
Be in the know about this fall's updates, including checked bag fee changes, travel advisory updates, and development of new lie-flat seats.
Artificial intelligence (AI) could be the most revolutionary development in travel since commercial flight, transforming the way we book, navigate, stay and play.
With so much industry jargon being tossed around, it can be difficult to understand the meaning behind all the acronyms and unfamiliar terms. Read up on these this list and feel like a true travel insider.
Everyone has their own routines for eating and drinking while they are on the road. But how does yours stack up to the average? And what might your travelers be doing?
Business travel can be bursts of frenetic activity, with long periods of waiting in between. You wait at the gate, you stand in line for security, and then you get to sit on the flight itself.