Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Key to Travel management is Balance

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With airport security lines 2 hours long should you consider driving? –

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Last week we shared how the shortage of TSA security personnel around the country is causing massive long lines at many airports resulting in officials encouraging people to arrive at the airport 2 to 3 hours prior to their flight times. The question now becomes if it takes an hour for me to drive from […]


TSA security lines 2 hours long in Chicago cause angry passengers to miss flights –

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A shortage of TSA security personnel around the country is causing massive long lines at many airports. Over the weekend a frustrated traveler at Chicago’s Midway Airport arrived 3 hours prior to his flight and almost missed getting on the flight as the lines were so long. He was so amazed at the long line […]


Delta is going high tech tracking your luggage –

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Delta Air Lines will be the first airline to begin deployment of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) baggage tracking technology. For the last three decades airlines have used bar codes to track your luggage. RFID uses radio waves to track your luggage that Delta will apply a RFID chip in the luggage tag. The real cool […]


Frequent flyer miles are the new currency of this century –

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Two members of the Executive Travel team and I just returned home from a 2 day seminar in Las Vegas hosted by Frequent Traveler University. The seminar was focusing on all of the ways you can earn and use your airline miles and credit card points. There are trillions of miles and points people earn […]


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