CHICAGO (CBS) — AAA projects the largest dip in overall holiday travel since the 2008 recession. CBS 2’s Marissa Parra has been tracking Thanksgiving travel since last week. As she reported Sunday, the possible impact could be rough for airlines.
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The International Air Transport Association says that it is in the final phase of developing the passport which may be an essential component in rebuilding the shattered tourism industry.
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Given the recent outbreak of Wuhan coronavirus and the minimal amount of information available to the public surrounding the illness, frequent business travelers are understandably concerned. How can you stay safe as the story unfolds? Health Officials Urge Vigilance If you are your employees travel globally, it is essential
Business travel has an impact on health – and it’s not a positive one. It’s difficult not to develop bad habits while traveling for work. Unfortunately, the consequences of letting things go while your away can be dire, from short-term insomnia to obesity and high blood pressure
Airlines in the U.S. collected nearly $5 billion in baggage fees last year. The cost of ancillary services in airline travel continues to rise, of which baggage plays a pivotal role. Though premium classes remain largely unaffected, passengers purchasing low-cost fares are taking an increasing financial hit