These days, connectivity is a basic consumer need and hyper-connectivity is increasingly an expectation. So, it’s not surprising that the quality of digital experience available to the traveler is now as important as price or availability.
Our mobile and electronic devices are becoming more vital than ever in our day to day lives for both business and leisure travel. However with this increased use and dependency also comes risk; from a personal property and also data security standpoint.
Airlines around the world are utilizing innovations in aircraft technology and the lower price of fuel to open up long-distance routes previously unavailable to travelers.
Worried about winter storm Stella affecting your travel plans? Please follow our guide for best practices in case of inclement weather.
Last week at The Business Travel Show in London, Sandy Moring, Director of Education at ITM led an informative presentation, delivering a step by step guide for those new to travel management and may perhaps be feeling daunted about process and policies and how/where to get started.
A shimmering oasis and gateway to the Middle East and beyond, Dubai is a destination like no other. Surprising, eclectic and often puzzling, Dubai is much more than just a stopover, so take some time to get to know it.
What better location to bring the 7 corporate USA brands of Flight Centre Travel Group than the eclectic and inclusive city of New Orleans.
While global uncertainty prevails as we head into 2017, there are some positive upshots for the corporate market from favorable hotel rates, to the marketing race between hotels and online travel agencies.
The holiday season is its own battlefield entirely as you realize that you and everyone else in the world is trying to head home during one of the busiest travel seasons in the U.S.
Starting today, SkyMiles members can earn miles for every Lyft ride, and for a limited time, earn bonus miles during their travel for rides to and from the airport, everywhere Lyft operates.
A growing number of consumers are making travel decisions based on environmental sustainability. So called ‘Green Travel’ is making up an increasing percentage of the market as travelers become more environmentally sensitive.
Travelers can finally say goodbye to arguably the most annoying aspect of travel, lost luggage.