Monthly Archives: June 2016

Five Take-Charge Tactics to Make Business Travel Work for You

As the founder of the largest small-group adventure travel company in the world with offices in 23 countries and employees around the globe, I have to cover a lot of ground to manage my company each year. I’ve climbed Kilimanjaro, spent New Year’s at the South Pole, and I clock thousands of hours a year on the road for business. So it’s no surprise that people often ask me for my travel advice.

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TSA PreCheck Applications Soar Amid Long Lines At Airports

Navigating airport security lines is a hassle, for most. Among the exceptions: passengers with TSA PreCheck stamped on their boarding pass.

They don’t take off their shoes, they don’t take out their laptops and they often clear security in just a few minutes. And now, there are a lot more of them.

In the past three months the number of applications for TSA PreCheck has more than doubled. Almost 16,000 people a day are now applying for PreCheck. That’s a huge increase from less than 7,000 a day in March.

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Do Travelers Really Need a Travel Rewards Card?

Your itinerary could well determine your rewards.

You often hear of travel hackers earning first-class flights, and reposing in four-star hotels, by strategically employing a host of travel reward signup bonuses and limited-time offers. You may also yearn to be as crafty.

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What does Brexit mean for travel?

As the world absorbs the news of Britain leaving the EU, we look at what Brexit means for holiday makers.

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Six U.S. Carriers Selected to Provide Scheduled Flights to Cuba’s Secondary Airports

U.S. Transportation Department delays decision on Havana route rights

The Transportation Department on Friday parceled out to U.S. airlines some route rights for scheduled flights to Cuba, signaling the resumption of regular air service between the two countries for the first time in more than 50 years.

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