Executive Travel


Want Luggage Delivered To Your Home, Office Or Hotel? American Airlines Will Do It - For A Fee

The last thing many fliers want to do when they reach their destination is wait by the baggage carousel for their luggage to arrive. Now, if they're flying American Airlines, they don't have to.

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Piccadilly Circus news

The Olympic-Size Myth That The Games Are A Gold Medal For Business

Aug 02, 2012

At each Olympic Games, the same scenario unfolds: Organizers and government officials tout the astounding economic benefits. The city, basking in the glow of Olympic pride, goes along with the officials.

O'Hare news

Which US Airports Are Most Likely To Spread Disease?

Jul 31, 2012

Just how quickly can a disease spread across the globe through international air travel? That’s the focus of a new study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) that was published in the journal PLoS One last week.

International AIDS Conference 2012 news

HIV Travel Restrictions In 46 Countries Opposed By Top CEOs At 2012 International AIDS Conference

Jul 24, 2012

Speaking on the first day of the 2012 International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C., chief executives from over 20 leading multinational corporations called upon 46 countries to lift travel restrictions on HIV-positive individuals.

A business traveler executive

Business Travel Growth To Slow Amid Europe’s Woes: Report

Jul 12, 2012

The European fiscal crisis is dragging down business travel growth in the United States, according to a new report from the Alexandria, Va.-based Global Business Travel Association.

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