Modern technology, for all its controversies and misuses, has been particularly instrumental in streamlining the business travel experience. With inventive mobile travel apps, mobile technology may not solve all of your problems, but it may provide solutions to the issues business travelers can’t seem to get off their back.
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.
Basic Economy, Economy Premium, Business Class, First Class… buckle your seatbelts and enjoy the guide!
For business travelers, staying healthy on the road is a constant struggle. Long flights, hours waiting in terminals, layovers, airport lounges and hotel rooms don’t add up to a healthy lifestyle, and it’s easy to make unhealthy choices out of convenience. Many people hit the restart button on their wellness goals at the beginning of the year, but frequent travel can take a toll on your body. Here are 5 tips to stay fit on the road and avoid your travel schedule from interfering with your health and fitness routine:
American Airlines’ Business Class is currently one of Brickell Travel's top recommended business class services. Specifically, AA’s 777-300ER is among the best in the industry – unfortunately, it usually only serves long-haul international flights. However, from January to April 2017, American Airlines will be selling this amazing Business Class seat for the price of Economy on domestic routes!
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The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is the most travel heavy day of the year. Over Thanksgiving weekend, over 24 million people will be traveling by air, which can make it stressful for even the most seasoned traveler. Weather delays, overflowing TSA lines, first time travelers and extended families of 10 can make travel more complicated, but here are 5 tips to make your trip go more smoothly:
Brussels, Paris, Istanbul, Orlando… a duty of care program is no longer “nice to have”, but a necessity in today’s current climate. There is no denying that business travel is essential, in fact it yields an average $9.50 in increased revenue for every dollar invested. But, many companies don’t think about improving their duty of care programs until an incident takes place, and by then it’s too late.
Getting upgraded to business or first class while traveling feels a bit like winning the lottery, you get to comfortably sit with extra legroom, sipping champagne away from screaming infants. These highly coveted seats are hard to come by without paying some hefty fares, but many travelers don’t know that airlines offer a way to get upgraded at bargain prices: by bidding for it. Many airlines get rid of unsold premium cabin space through a bidding process that can get travelers upgraded to premium economy, business or first class.