Yearly Archives: 2017

Do airport architects ever travel –

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Do airport architects ever travel – I am convinced that airport architects have never been on an airplane or visited an airport restroom. This afternoon when I arrived in Dallas I got off the plane and headed where 90% of the people head when they get off the plane…..the restroom. Airport restrooms are the worst […]


Employee Spotlight- Angie Kunnemann- HR & Accounting Associate

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1.​ ​What​ ​is​ ​the​ ​best​ ​vacation​ ​you’ve​ ​ever​ ​had? The last vacation I remember going on as a family was when I was in junior high to Colorado. This was the last family vacation we had before my mom passed away. We rarely took family vacations so this one will always be extra special to […]


90 day warning! Surge in passport renewal could cause massive delays in getting a new passport –

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Beginning in January, 2018 some experts are predicting a massive number of passport applications to start hitting the system. 10 years ago the United States started requiring passports for travel to Mexico and Canada which resulted in millions of new passports being issued. As you hopefully are aware passports have a 10 year life, thus […]


Is flying in coach class dangerous to your health? –

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All the major airlines are adding more and more rows of seats on airplanes in order to generate more profits. Recently I was on a domestic flight flying in a coach seat and the seats were so tight my knees were painfully burrowed into the seat in front of me. Guess what happened next? The […]


Hello from Aruba –

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I am writing you this week from Aruba, deep in the southern Caribbean. Aruba was not affected by hurricane Irma so you can expect it to be very popular this winter as the other islands rebuild. I am staying at the beautiful Ritz Carlton in Aruba. They offer amazing service and some people will be […]


Employee Spotlight- Tavia Vincent – Business Technology

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1.​ How​ ​did​ ​you​ ​get​ ​started​ ​in​ ​the​ ​business? I went to college for Travel & Tourism Management and have an associate’s degree in the field. Although I was open to any job in the travel industry, I got offered a job at a travel agency during my internship and the rest is history! 2. […]


Would you think I am crazy to fly to Aruba on Sunday? –

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With Hurricane Irma barreling down on the Caribbean with a target of Miami and South Florida on Sunday I looked on my calendar and saw that I am scheduled to fly to Aruba on Sunday for a meeting on Monday. My original schedule had me arriving in Miami about the same time as Irma so […]


Executive Travel Takes on Myth of Expedia Having the Lowest Hotel Prices

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Study finds Executive Travel rates save $47.02 a night (31%) Executive Travel recently engaged Zulu Solutions (www.zulusolutions.com) to complete a comprehensive study comparing the hotel rates offered by Expedia to hotel rates negotiated by Executive Travel on behalf of their corporate customers and found that the Executive Travel negotiated hotel rates saved $47.02 a night […]


Employee Spotlight- Mark Widder- Business Development –

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1.​ ​What​ ​is​ ​the​ ​biggest​ ​challenge​ ​you’ve​ ​faced​ ​professionally? Dealing with people’s preconceived notions versus the real truth….and people’s patience. 2.Tell​ ​me​ ​a​ ​little​ ​about​ ​your​ ​family. I am married for 37 years to Susan and have two daughters Jennifer and Valari. Jennifer is married and has given me two wonderful grandkids…Logan and Maeve while […]


Hello from Chicago –

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I am writing you today as I am returning from a one-day business/play trip to the Windy City. I have often overlooked Chicago on my list of favorite cities because it is so close to where I live. However the more I visit Chicago the more I think it is truly one of the USA’s […]


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