If you’re a planner who travels to meetings and events by air and asks attendees to do the same, Delta Air Lines’ Delta Meetings Network can likely save you time and money. The program’s goal: help you focus on the meeting, not the travel. The Delta Meetings Network was launched in 2009, four years after […]
A portable phone charger, power strip, empty sunglasses case, Global Entry Card and hotel/airline cards can make your next trip to a meeting or event as hassle-free as possible.
Virgin America, JetBlue, AirTran and Delta top the 2013 Airline Quality Rating report released today. Virgin America finished first in its first year on the list. Delta moved up from sixth place. AirTran, which is now part of Southwest, fell from No. 1. American, American Eagle and United continued to score at the bottom of the […]
In 1994, nearly one of every 10 people traveling worldwide were headed to the United States. By 2000, the U.S. share of inbound travel had dropped from 9 percent to 7 percent; 10 years later, it was at barely 6 percent. So why has America lost 30 percent of the worldwide travel market in less […]
What can Brown do for you? How about handle luggage you don’t want to haul onto an airplane or pay extra fees for? UPS is now selling specially designed boxes that look like suitcases. Passengers can ship “luggage boxes” to avoid airport check-in lines and escalating airline luggage fees. The “suitcases” include handles, come in […]
The proposed merger of United and Continental airlines is unlikely to raise fares in the short term, industry experts say, even though it would create the world’s largest airline. The deal would, however, make United the only choice for travelers on certain routes at 17 U.S. airports, including Chicago O’Hare, Cleveland, Denver International, Honolulu, Houston, […]