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The 411 on Airport and Airline Rules and Security Measures

People all over the world rely on international and domestic airline travel to successfully fulfill their business needs, with many people flying on a monthly, even weekly basis for their careers. While it seems many of the U.S. airport and airline rules and security efforts cause annoyances for travelers, they are all designed with the intention o...

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  • June 25th, 2015

United Airlines Changes the Way you Earn Miles

Earlier this year Delta Airlines announced major changes to its mileage program and now United Airlines has done the same. On March 2015, United Airlines will change how frequent flyers earn miles. Travelers will now earn miles based on the ticket price instead of how far or the distance you fly. Additionally you will accrue more miles based on ...

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  • June 25th, 2015

Stop The Crying

Often I hear from people about how much airlines are delayed and how flights are often cancelled. Often this starts with one person talking about their experience and others taking that experience as if it was their own and adding to it. After a while, it adds up and ends up being a much bigger deal than the original. It reminds me of that exercis...

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  • June 11th, 2015

How can we not find a 777?

It has now been almost 100 hours and we cannot find Malaysia Airlines 370. How can a plane vanish? Where could it have gone? And how can all the technologies that we have available to us as a human race not be able to find a large aircraft such as a 777? It is not like we are looking for a mouse. We are looking for something that is 40,000 square f...

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  • June 11th, 2015

5 Things Business Travelers Wish Travel Agents Would Understand

As business travelers, we manage a lot of different things when it comes to travel – flight details, seats, upgrades, flight status, directions, weather, schedules and the list goes on and on. Technology has helped and changed a lot of things when it comes to travel over the last 10 years. With many of us using the services of a travel management...

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  • June 11th, 2015

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Airline Refunds for Delayed Bags

August 17th 2016

A new law has made it mandatory for airlines to refund baggage fees for bags that have been delayed. Specifically, airlines must refund baggage fees automatically if luggage is delayed for more than 12 hours after a domestic flight arrival or 15 hours after an international flight. (On July 15, President Obama signed the Federal Aviation Admi...

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