Chicago is full of galleries and museums for visitors to explore. Travelers can examine models of popular buildings at the Chicago Architecture Center, view works from local artists at the Art Institute of Chicago and sharpen their storytelling skills at the American Writers Museum.
It's best that corporate travel managers do not allow employees to book trips via supplier-direct sites or public online travel agencies, because site users must agree to waive their legal rights, Mark Pestronk advises. Employers need to adhere to duty of care by having procedures in place to keep employees safe from possible risks, and these site waivers violate that duty.
Airlines for America reflects on the history of the Airline Deregulation Act and the how this important piece of legislation was passed 40 years ago, to the benefit of millions of travelers and shippers.
American Airlines on Oct. 4 added a second daily flight between Memphis International Airport and Miami International Airport. "The combination of additional connectivity to South Florida and new one-stop connections to many other international destinations is a big win for MEM," said Pace Cooper, chairman of the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority Board of Commissioners.
Janelle Anderson is vice president of global marketing at American Airlines. In this interview, she talks about the opportunities presented by personalization and what she brings to the airline from her previous position at PepsiCo.
United Airlines will on June 6 launch daily seasonal service between Florida's Pensacola International Airport and New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport. Reservations for the flights are available for booking.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport offers a range of lounges to suit just about every traveler, including a new Centurion Lounge by American Express and American Airlines' upcoming Flagship Lounge and renovated Admirals Club. The Club DFW is a new lounge that anyone can use, regardless of airline.
Luxury camping, aka glamping, is once again a popular trend offering high-end travelers authentic experiences. This trend has led to the formation of several glamping destinations, including Costa Rica's Nayara Tented Camp and the One&Only resort in Riviera Nayarit, Mexico.
More people are using agents despite the ubiquity of the internet, because agents can provide travel perks and help save time, Tammy Levent writes. Families, upscale travelers and millennials are most likely to turn to agents for their travel needs.
Airlines for America President and CEO Nicholas Calio wrote about the recent passage of the FAA Reauthorization Act and what it means for travelers and shippers. "For the first time in decades, the FAA finally has the ability to execute a long-term vision, providing certainty for the millions of passengers and countless businesses that rely on access to safe, affordable travel and shipping options every day," he wrote.
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