Business fliers will likely travel in "less comfort" next year, experts say:

09/23/2008 | NYTimes.com

Business travelers on U.S. airlines may be fewer in number next year, but they'll also be higher in stress. With corporate budgets shrinking, business travelers will have to "produce more, with the same amount of salary, with less comfort in much of their travel," says ACTE's Susan Gurley. The basic message of employers will be: "You should be lucky to have a job, and if it means staying in a less expensive hotel or doubling up or taking a more uncomfortable flight, so be it," she says.

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