As a frequent business traveler, you are probably spending more time away and on the road than ever before. Being away from the office and maintaining productivity has proven to be challenging for many, if not most, corporate travelers.
Conventional wisdom looks at the classic business traveler with pity, as a personification of stress and sleep-deprivation, perpetually unadjusted to the revolving door of ever-changing time zones, language barriers, and dubious airplane food items.
Boomers, generations X, Y, Z ... and now "millennials". Generations follow one another with different aspirations and needs in their daily work life. The business travel sector is no exception. Explanations on the expectations of this new generation of corporate travelers.
The recent surge of yellow fever cases in South America has become a headache for business travelers. Travel managers must stay well informed about new immunization requirements being imposed by certain countries in the region. Travelers may have boarding or immigration entry denied if they do not comply with these new yellow fever requirements.
With the ease of online travel services, many organizations are handling their travel needs internally. You may be asking yourself then what is the benefit of using a travel management company in today’s connected world anyway?
Last November we learned that Emirates is making some changes to their Boeing 777-200LR aircraft that services Fort Lauderdale and Orlando Airports. As part of the reconfiguration, Emirates’ 777-200LRs: