Flying Standby Provides Flexibility When Traveling for Business

1 May 17

Let’s say you’re traveling for business and the weekend activities go longer than expected, forcing you to miss your flight home. Or, what if your meeting ends early and you want to get home to start the weekend as soon as possible? The good news is that you have options. The bad news is that some of […]

read this entire entry >

Maintaining Fitness Routines on the Road is Important for Business Travelers

20 April 17

It is well-known that being consistent in your exercise routine involves planning and discipline. The problem with business trips is that they take us out of our routines and into new surroundings, schedules, and even time zones. The good news is that we can help you schedule some exercise into your trip. I mean, don’t […]

read this entire entry >

Miami Hotels: Business, Beaches and Barbacoa

14 April 17

Business meetings, especially those lasting multiple days, are a great opportunity for companies to network, review the past, and plan for the future. They also can boost company morale by showing employees a good time. One bustling destination for business meetings is Miami. With beautiful beaches, many options for activities in and around downtown, and […]

read this entire entry >

No Leggings or Antlers, Please

31 March 17

Last week, a United Airlines gate agent turned down two teenage girls from boarding a flight from Denver to Minneapolis because they were wearing leggings. The girls obeyed without a complaint. However, Shannon Watts, the founder of the anti-gun violence group, Moms Demand Action, tweeted her interpretation of the scene to her more than 32,000 followers. “I guess @united […]

read this entire entry >

Public Wi-Fi: Proceed with Caution

24 March 17

Internet connectivity while traveling for business has moved from a luxury to an expected service. On business trips, we expect to keep up with clients and the boss through e-mail, as well as pay bills, reschedule doctor visits online, and check our Facebook and Twitter pages, all without using our own carrier data. The problem […]

read this entire entry >

Your Guide to Faster, Easier Airport Security Lines

16 March 17

I arrived at 4 p.m. on a Friday to the Denver International Airport. My flight home to Georgia was not for a few hours, but there was still an obstacle to overcome before I could wait comfortably by my gate…airport security. Filing into the back of a meandering line with hundreds of people in front […]

read this entire entry >