Monthly Archives: May 2017

American about to take additional 2 inches of your legroom away – Customers calling them sardine seats –

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Just a few weeks ago American Airlines announced they were planning to reduce the pitch (Pitch is the distance from any spot on a seat to the same place on the seat in front of it) from 31 inches to as little as 29 inches. This basically means that it is almost impossible for a […]


Employee Spotlight -Corporate Travel Consultant – Jeni Frisch

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1.How did you get started in the business? I went to Security Travel School in – Sheboygan WI 2.Tell me a little about your family. My husband and I have been married for 20 years. My son Jeromy is 17 and daughter Nicole is 14. 3.What is your favorite thing to do on a day […]


Here are this summer’s hottest international destinations –

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With Memorial Day announcing the start of the summer travel season this weekend I thought it might be interesting to look at where Americans plan to travel during their summer vacations. Here are the top ten international travel destinations from our Virtuoso travel network for 2017. You may want to use this as you build […]


Employee Spotlight – Angie Kunnemann

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1. Tell me a little about your Personality I strive to make a good impression on each person I come into contact with on a daily basis. I enjoy helping others and like to try to put a smile on everyone’s face. I am very laid back and try to enjoy each day to the […]


Warning: Flying Spirit Airlines has major risks

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Spirit Airlines is in a labor tussle with their pilots and their customers have suffered from over 300 flight cancellations these last two weeks. Normally when an airline has a cancelled flight they simply work with other airlines to take their displaced passengers. Not so at Spirit as they do not have any airlines they […]


New business travel study says average per diem is now $321/day –

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The average daily cost for meals, car rentals, and hotels for business travel in the U.S. rose to $321 per day according to the recently released 2017 Corporate Travel Index compiled by Business Travel News.. New York City, as could be expected, had the highest priced city per diems in the U.S. at a whopping […]


Employee Spotlight – Thi Tran

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1.What is your favorite local restaurant? I love Grateful Bread- favorite soup there is Santa Fe Chowder! 2.What is your greatest talent that you don’t utilize in your daily work life? Crafting 3.If you could choose any other profession to be successful in, what would it be? Standup comedian 4.What are you the most proud […]


Here are seven positive things that will come out of the United Airlines fiasco a few weeks ago –

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  1. Expect a giant airfare sale very soon – Many comments I read on social media said they would never fly United again. However, just watch what those same people do when United offers some powerfully low airfare sales in the coming weeks. Nothing causes airline amnesia faster than a great airfare sale. 2. […]


Employee Spotlight – Scott Foster

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1.    Tell me a little about your Personality I am one that puts his family first, and believes that when coming to work you need to be early and you don’t leave until the job is done. 2. How did you get started in the business? I was looking for a new job and answered […]


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