Monthly Archives: March 2019

Here are 9 dirty little secrets you should know about the Boeing 737 MAX the press won’t tell you –

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  The hysteria surrounding the recent two flight crashes of the Boeing 737 MAX has lead to a tsunami of social media and press frenzy about the dangers of the plane. Here are some of my thoughts about what is not being said in the press. 1. The two airlines involved with the crashes allegedly […]

Here are the top five cities where you should not rent a car for business travel

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There are a handful of cities in the U.S. that I recommend that you should not rent a car but use taxi’s or services like Uber or Lyft to get around. I will always remember my $40 daily car rental in San Francisco that when I arrived at the hotel I paid a $75 daily […]

There are certain “rules of travel” that you never break –

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With over 30 years of travel under my belt, I have identified a list of rules of travel that you should never break. One of those rules is “Never fly the same day your cruise departs”.  I have followed this rule for decades but last Wednesday I decided I would take an early flight to […]

Executive Travel Tests TMC Model Based On No Fees, Data Transparency And Blockchain

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Several years ago, Lincoln, Neb.-based travel management company Executive Travel launched a no-fee option for online-originating transactions. The catch: Clients that took the deal had to source all hotels through the agency to generate a revenue stream that would fund online fulfillment, online booking tool fees and some profit margin. Since then, CEO Steve Glenn […]

How to trade 9 degrees below zero for 85 degrees this weekend for less than you think –

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You can get out of this cold right now. Many people think they have to plan months in advance for a winter vacation. This morning on my ride to work I thought I would check to see what it would cost me for a short trip to Cancun leaving Thursday and returning Sunday. Turns out […]