Author Archives: Rob Turk

What the Real ID Act means for Travelers

Thursday, September 27, 2018   Written by:
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What is the Real ID Act? The Real ID Act establishes minimum security standards for U.S. state and territory license production and issuance. It prohibits Federal agencies from accepting licenses that do…

Is your Business Travel Program Successful? Ask Yourself these Questions

Monday, July 30, 2018   Written by:
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Is your corporate travel program yielding the results you want? Ask yourself these questions to find out. Financial savings Are your corporate travel expenditures where they should be? Is there an opportunity…

Is Your Business Travel Expense Policy Outdated? It Could Be Costing You

Monday, June 4, 2018   Written by:
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Managing business travel expenses is no easy task, especially if you have dozens or even hundreds of travelers on the road at any given moment. Your expense management procedures should be clear,…

Hungry while Traveling? Get Food (and More) Delivered Right to Your Gate

Monday, April 23, 2018   Written by:
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From charging and technology stations to yoga rooms and workout facilities, we’ve seen airports evolve over the years to adapt to traveler needs and desires. Whether it’s to stay close to a…

What Travel Booking Websites Don’t Tell You

Monday, March 12, 2018   Written by:
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It’s a common misconception that booking hotels, rental cars and airfare for business travel (or any type of travel!) through a travel website will save you time and money. However, that couldn’t…

Hosting Out of Town Business Travelers? Keep These Tips in Mind

Monday, January 29, 2018   Written by:

Having business travelers visit can be a valuable way to network and get important business done. Whether you are hosting out of town clients or coworkers who work in a different office,…

Top Airlines Ban Smart Luggage

Monday, December 18, 2017   Written by:
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If “smart luggage” is on your holiday gift list this year, you may want to think twice. While technology has afforded us with conveniences we could have only dreamt of 25 years…

Internet Security Tips for Frequent Business Travelers

Monday, November 20, 2017   Written by:
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As a frequent business traveler, you should take extra precautions in order to prevent hackers from accessing personal information via your electronic devices. See our helpful tips below! Before your trip Clean…

There and Back: Tips for a One-Day Business Trip

Monday, October 9, 2017   Written by:
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First flight out. Last flight back. That’s usually how the single-day business trip goes. Because limiting your travel to less than 24 hours saves your company money, in addition to allowing you…

Keeping Your Clothes Fresh & Clean on the Road

Monday, August 28, 2017   Written by:
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If you’re gone for days or even weeks at a time on a business trip, keeping your clothes looking and smelling fresh can be a challenge. Use our tips below to keep…

Business Travel and Owning a Dog: Can You do Both?

Monday, July 17, 2017   Written by:
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Getting a pet is one of the biggest decisions you can make in your life. Pets, specifically dogs, require time and attention that can be hard to give them if your career…

Tired of Overbooking? Fly United!

Friday, July 14, 2017   Written by:
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United Airlines is rolling out a new pilot “Flex-Schedule” program which will offer $250 travel vouchers to passengers who agree, up to five days in advance of their scheduled flight, to reschedule…