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Travel Week in Review – April 9, 2021

New York Debuts Nations First Vaccine Passport-Here's What You Need to Know Consider it a fast pass of sorts: A safe and efficient way to return to Broadway theaters, concert halls, sporting arenas, and other big group settings by simply presenting a QR code as proof of either full COVID-19 vaccination or a recent negative ...

Halleluiah! Domestic travel gets the green light from CDC

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) on Friday said it is now a low risk for those who are vaccinated and wear a mask to travel domestically. The shift comes as 100 million Americans are now vaccinated and life is starting to become “normal again”. Even before this announcement, we have seen a dramatic increase ...

Travel Week in Review – April 2, 2021

Thinking About Traveling? An Expert Gives Tips for Planning Ahead Are you thinking about traveling? The pandemic has prices fluctuating from every aspect of how you get to a location and how much it costs to stay there. Paul Glenn with Executive Travel says the prices are going to shuffle as more people get vaccinated and ...

Here is Steve’s annual tipping guide for travelers

Each year I get a bunch of emails asking for my recommendations for tipping when traveling. One major thing people should realize is that most tipping is based on the culture of the country you are traveling to. For example, the standard restaurant tipping for a waiter is 15% to 20% in the U.S. while ...

Travel Week in Review – March 23, 2021

Why You Should Book A Post-Pandemic Trip Now The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the travel industry for over a year but there is hope in sight. A third vaccine has now been approved by the FDA to be distributed in the U.S. and the country is currently administering over 2 million shots a day. If ...

Renew your passport NOW, as business travel starts to thaw from COVID will cause a pent-up wave of renewals

As I have mentioned many times before, most countries require a minimum of 6 months of passport validity for entry into their country. Many business travelers have been in travel hibernation mode for over a year. As the pandemic thaws and businesses restart their travel engines many business travelers will need to renew their passports ...

Travel Week in Review – March 19, 2021

A Car Rental Apocalypse Is Coming: Here's What You Need To Know Remember the good old pre-pandemic days, when you could plan a trip somewhere, then show up at the airport car-rental counter upon arrival and find a cheap last-minute vehicle for your trip? Or even during the pandemic, when there was a virtual fire ...

Steve’s annual list of 13 great ways to use your smartphone camera when traveling

My iPhone camera is my best travel resource. I use my iPhone to take pictures of almost everything when I travel. For example, instead of keeping all those receipts for meals I simply pull out my iPhone and click a picture and send it to the accounting department rather than stick the receipt in my ...

Travel Week in Review – March 12, 2021

World's First Space Hotel Scheduled To Open In 2027 If you're daydreaming of future travels while stuck at home during the pandemic, why fantasize about the beaches of Bali or the canals of Venice when vacationing in space could be in your future? Back in 2019, the Californian company the Gateway Foundation released plans for ...

The window is closing fast, use your frequent flyer miles now to capture business class tickets to Europe and the world

The COVID travel tsunami that hit us one year ago appears to now be on the downhill slide and people are now aggressively making vacation travel reservations once they get the vaccine. If you want to get the best value out of your frequent flyer miles you should use them for international business class seats. ...

Travel Week in Review – March 5, 2021

CDC Implements Travel Restrictions for Countries With Ebola Cases While the world is still grappling with the coronavirus pandemic, another threat has started to emerge again. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Friday that it's taking swift action to prevent the spread of the recent Ebola outbreak in two African countries ...

You might not be able to find a car to rent later this year

The rental car companies are facing a perfect storm as they try to exit the COVID pandemic. When COVID hit the travel industry a year ago the car rental companies shed cars to generate cash. Now it appears that as the vaccine is accelerating the car rental companies most probably will not be able to ...

Travel Week in Review – February 26, 2021

Airline Industry App Could Open Up Quarantine-Free Travel A new app to help travelers store and manage their certifications for Covid-19 tests and vaccines is set to launch next month. The IATA Travel Pass is being developed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the global trade association of which 290 airlines are a member. ...

It appears that you may need to take the COVID vaccine if you want to cruise

Crystal Cruises last week announced they were going to require all passengers to take the COVID vaccine in order to sail the seven seas with them. This appears to be the first domino to fall as I expect all the cruise lines to require the vaccine for all passengers as a way to eliminate the fear ...

Travel Week in Review – February 19, 2021

United's New Routes Are About to Make Your Hawaii Dreams Come True United Airlines is providing another way for its passengers to head to Hawaii. Starting May 6, United will be launching a new route from Orange County, Calif. to Honolulu, Hawaii "Given the requirements that have been put in place for people that are ...

Here is a big prediction I made that won’t come true

For the last few years, I have been predicting that the airlines would start charging a $10-$20 fee to use your credit card to purchase an airline ticket. To me, it only made sense as this would raise billions of dollars for the airlines. Well, one of my friends inside the airlines recently shared with ...

Travel Week in Review – February 12, 2021

Where Can Americans Travel Right Now? With the seventh most powerful passport in the world, Americans are used to the privilege of access to almost any country on demand. Before the pandemic, Americans could travel to 185 of the world’s 195 countries visa-free, or with a visa on arrival. But due to the high coronavirus ...

Take a peek at our new website and you could win a free airline ticket!

Executive Travel is excited to announce we have just finished building our brand new website and we want to celebrate with you! Take a brief moment to CLICK HERE to review our website, then CLICK HERE to take our 30-second survey, and be entered to win a free domestic airline ticket.  Say it isn’t so – CDC says they ...

Travel Week in Review – February 5, 2021

Everything You Need to Know About COVID-19 Testing at All-Inclusive Resorts International travel comes with new obstacles in the time of COVID-19 and in the wake of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) latest requirement that all U.S.-bound air travelers test negative for coronavirus within 72 hours of departure. However, many popular destinations ...

Hello from Rochester, MN

On Monday I took my third flight of the year. Things have changed a lot in the last year. Below are my observations. Here are the 10 things that I observed that are different when flying this week – #1 – Expect airports to be half full – Actually, this is very nice as less velocity ...

Travel Week in Review – January 29, 2021

American Airlines to Expand Mobile Health Passport App Availability American Airlines this month will expand the availability of a mobile health passport app to cover all international travel, the carrier announced. For the past several months, American has made the VeriFly app, which lets travelers digitally store such health documentation as negative Covid-19 tests for ...

Here are my final ten travel industry predictions for 2021 (plus 5 bonus predictions for free)

Let’s see how many of my 45 travel industry predictions I get right this year. I hope you enjoy reading them. #31 – You will carry two passports when you travel internationally in 2021 and beyond– The first will be your normal passport issued by the federal government. The second will be a digital health passport ...

Travel Week in Review – January 22, 2021

American Airlines Extends Waiver for Change Fees American Airlines announced it would continue to waive change fees for customers booking tickets for any new travel purchased by March 31. The carrier is providing customers with additional travel flexibility as part of its efforts to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on the airline industry. These fees are ...

I have big news to share with you

I am so excited and I just can’t hide it! (Song by the Pointer sisters) Last week, on January 12 I finally received my new passport back from the State Department after sending it in on September 17. It took almost 4 months. We had 839 readers guess when I would get my passport renewal ...

Travel Week in Review – January 15, 2021

CDC To Require COVID-19 Testing of All Air Travelers Entering US The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that it will start requiring a negative COVID-19 test from all air passengers who are entering the United States, beginning January 26. Since the U.S. is already in the midst of a nationwide surge, testing ...

Here it comes…More of Steve Glenn’s travel industry predictions for 2021

During the past eighteen years, 73% of my predictions have come true. Last week I shared with you predictions 1-10. This week I will add predictions 11-20. During the month of January, I will provide you with a total of 40 of my travel industry crystal ball predictions. Here is week 2 of what I ...

Travel Week in Review – January 8, 2021

The Safest Places to Travel in 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic hampered international travel for much of 2020 but as vaccines are distributed and more countries reopen their borders to foreign tourists there's hope that Americans will regain a sense of normalcy in 2021. Safety will be the top priority for many and while conditions can ...

Here it comes…Steve Glenn’s travel industry predictions for 2021

During the past eighteen years, 73% of my predictions have come true! (Please forgive me for not including last year in the calculations as the virus upset everything in the travel world) Over the next four weeks, I will provide you with 40 of my travel industry crystal ball predictions. Here is week 1 of ...

Here are my 8 annual tips to make flying easier this holiday weekend (Amended for COVID19)

This is normally one of the busiest weekends of the year for flying, but with COVID, the airports will be about half as busy as normal. Here is my advice if you are brave enough to fly this Christmas weekend and during the coming New Year holiday. #1– If you drive your car to the airport, ...

Travel Week in Review – December 18, 2020

How Will the COVID19 Vaccine Impact Travel In the past decade, the world has seen a steady rise in travel and tourism that undoubtedly influenced the trajectory of the Covid-19 pandemic. People flew in and out of China six times as much on a daily basis in 2018 than in 2002—the year SARS, the first ...

Here is an early peek at four of my Blockbuster predictions for 2021 –

Every year I put together a list of up to 70 predictions for the travel industry for the coming year. This year I thought I would give you a sneak peek at four predictions ahead of my normal January release date. Prediction #1 – All-inclusive resorts will expand from the Caribbean and Mexico into the ...

Travel Week in Review – December 11, 2020

'COVID- Tested' Flights Between Italy, U.S. to Begin in Mid-December Delta Air Lines and Alitalia will begin operating "Covid-tested" flights between Rome and the United States that allow select travelers to avoid quarantine requirements upon arrival in Italy. In the trial phase, approved by Italy's Ministers of Health, Transportation, and Foreign Affairs, passengers arriving from ...

Airlines are promoting buying frequent flyer miles for Christmas – Just say NO! –

This is the time of year the airlines will flood your inbox with offers to purchase frequent flyer miles as a great Christmas gift. Generally speaking, the offers that airlines make this time of year to purchase miles are not a good deal. The rule of thumb is that if you pay more than 2 cents ...

Travel Week in Review – December 4, 2020

December U.S. Travel Restrictions by State-Christmas Quarantine and COVID-19 Test Requirements Travel restrictions have hardened across the U.S. over the past two weeks just as the demand for travel has increased. Christmas travel is expected to be much bigger than Thanksgiving, so whilst these restrictions are subject to change on a week-by-week basis, they provide ...

Now that a vaccine is near, people are starting to dream about travel again –

It is amazing the effect of the announcement in November that we are just days away from getting access to at least two COVID vaccines for the travel industry, the stock market, and the world. Most people understand that even with a vaccine, travel will rebound slowly as it will take months for mass distribution. ...

It is really weird traveling during a partial shutdown –

This week, I have meetings in Rochester, Minnesota, so I drove the 6 hours here when I would normally fly. As you know, every state has different rules concerning what is open and what is not. I am staying at a Fairfield Inn and the breakfast buffet this week is now a grab and go ...

Virtual meetings are a dud –

This fall I have attended several virtual meetings and conventions. Quite frankly, they were a dud. Oh, the sponsors of these virtual conventions said they were smashing hits with great sales and results, but the reality is nothing is as compelling as a live meeting. I miss the interactions with other attendees. That is where I learned ...

November will be the travel industry’s “Darkest hour before the dawn” –

This COVID -19 virus has been a tsunami for the travel industry as millions have been laid off and airlines, hotels, car rental companies, entertainment venues, restaurants, and bars have gone into a depression never seen before in my lifetime. It appears the month of November is seeing, even more, shutdowns across the world to ...

Hello from Rochester, MN –

This is about as exotic as it gets for my travel this year. I have several meetings here, so I decided to drive the six hours rather than jump into an airplane. I think a lot of people have decided to drive to meetings that are in the 400-500 mile range that last year they ...

All good things must come to an end as Southwest starts filling middle seats on December 1st –

One of the few good things to come from this nasty pandemic for travelers willing to travel has been empty middle seats on Southwest, Alaska Air, and Delta Air Lines. Last week we found out that Southwest will no longer block the middle seats on their flights beginning December 1. Delta and Alaska Air are ...

Travel industry pushing for governments to move from quarantine to testing using a new digital health passport to open up travel –

Travel industry pushing for governments to move from quarantine to testing using a new digital health passport to open up travel – Some of the travel industry heavyweights are pushing a new testing program called CommonPass that they hope governments will use in place of what is a 14-day quarantine requirement today. Testing using CommonPass allows ...

Take it to the bank! – Here is my crystal ball timeline of when and how travel will come back in the next 6 months:

October – Business travel to the end of the year is a lost cause –Business travel is down over 80% and will stay that way for the rest of the year. Almost all meetings and conventions for the remainder of 2020 have all been cancelled or moved to a virtual format. We do see essential ...

Is this the year that hotels end the dreaded resort fees?

The pandemic has put hotels in a tailspin and they are dreaming up ways to fill rooms and generate revenue. One of the very few positive things to come out of this COVID mess has been that almost all hotels have suspended charging resort fees. Prior to this year many hotels and resorts charged a ...

Here are two COVID-19 maps you need to keep handy if you plan to travel –

There is so much confusion surrounding the questions of where, when, who, and how people can travel today. We found two maps that can help answer many questions for both the domestic travelers and the international traveler. The first map is provided by United Airlines and is a domestic map of the U.S.A. that shows ...

Airlines are hemorrhaging cash and may go belly up if Congress does not throw them a second financial lifeline –

This morning I was shocked to see that Delta Air Lines announced they were losing $27 million a day. That means they are losing $810 million a month. Multiply that times 6 months and you see Delta losing almost $5 billion dollars before they swing into the possible uptick of the spring selling season in ...

My crystal ball says elimination of change fees will be temporary and not applied to basic economy fares next year –

Last week United Airlines rocked the travel industry by announcing they were permanently eliminating the $200 change fee they charge for domestic tickets. Within hours Delta, American, and Alaska Airlines joined United in dropping the fees. Basically, the airlines have made the decision to remove any obstacles from people willing to make a reservation and ...

Halleluiah! All the major U.S. airlines get rid of domestic change fees –

This is the biggest positive news from the airlines in years. On Sunday, United Airlines shocked the industry when they announced they were permanently eliminating the $200 change fee they charge for domestic tickets. Within 24 hours Delta and American Airlines both joined United in dropping the fees. I hate to say I told you ...

How crazy is this? Airfare is $36 and baggage fees of $50 –

This last week we had a customer who found an amazing airfare from Florida to Chicago for $36 one-way. The funny thing is that the fee for their luggage was $50. Basically, the cost of sending the bags was more than sending the person. Ironically some airlines’ service is so bad they treat people as ...

It appears that international travelers will have to be tested upon arrival to prevent 14-day quarantine –

The major airlines of the world seem to be coalescing around the idea of testing international travelers who arrive from certain countries. Those that test negative will not have to quarantine for 14 days. Those that test positive will have to quarantine. I think this will allow many countries around the world to open up ...

I was shocked to find out over half of U.S. airports could lose all their flights this year– 

Almost all the major U.S. airlines have received billions of dollars from the government to keep the wheels from falling off during this pandemic. What most people don’t realize is that almost all the regional jet airlines (small 50-100 passenger jets) that fly for the major airlines have received no funding from the government and ...

As airlines add more flights, now is also the time to use your frequent flyer miles –

If you have a bunch of airline frequent flyer miles, flying after Labor Day is a good time to try to redeem them. United Airlines is adding a bunch of international and domestic flights in September. American, United, and Southwest are all adding domestic flights as well. Before you redeem your frequent flyer miles for ...

Steve’s 2020 annual top 10 hotel pet peeves –

As you know I travel a lot (except for the last 4 months). During my travels, I stay in a lot of different hotel rooms and I am able to notice a lot of things that are good, bad and ugly about hotels. Every year I update my annual list of top 10 hotel pet ...

Warning! Booking a pre-paid, nonrefundable hotel room might be a disaster since as many as 8000 hotels may be closed by September –

A hotel industry trade group recently reported (CLICK HERE) that as many as 8000 hotels may be casualties of COVID-19  as early as September if things don’t get better soon. These will not be just hotels at the bottom end of the quality chain but also 3, 4, and even 5-star hotels that will be turned back to the ...

Blocking middle seats on airplanes would increase airfares by $87 –

Delta and Southwest Airlines are both saying they will block middle seats through the month of September as added protection from COVID-19 for people who fly this summer. Other major airlines like United and American Airlines say that is a publicity stunt as even when middle seats are blocked you are still just inches away ...

States and even cities are putting in their own travel rules that are confusing and frustrating travelers –

It seems like every state and many big cities are all putting in their own travel restrictions that are causing confusion and frustration for people traveling for business and pleasure. I was looking at an article on USA Today CLICK HERE that shows all the state restrictions and was surprised that even my state of Nebraska has ...

Here are the ten biggest winners in the travel industry caused by COVID-19

#1 – Hotel deals – What is bad news for hotels is good news for travelers. Hotels are desperate for business. Many will be fighting for new business by simply lowering their rates. The best hotel deals will come from giant convention hotels that will not be having big meetings or conventions for the foreseeable future. ...

Interactive Covid-19 Map

New interactive world map shows COVID-19 travel restrictions for each country The International Air Transport Association (IATA) published an interactive COVID19 travel regulations map. The information on the map is correct to the best of IATA’s knowledge at the time of publication and is being reviewed and updated on an ongoing basis by IATA’s staff. Executive ...

Airlines are coming out of hibernation in July

Airlines are coming out of hibernation in July – The COVID-19 freeze is just about to thaw next month as the airlines start to reinstate hundreds of flights to their schedule both domestically and even internationally. United Airlines is adding 150 domestic (and Canadian) flights in July and dozens of others to Europe and Asia. Business ...

Airline $200 change fees are now history with new airline health protocols

All the airlines are introducing new health protocols that you are required to complete before you get on an airplane. These new protocols basically (see United’s below) require a traveler to perform a health self-evaluation before you get on a plane. If you fail something as simple as having a cough in the last 14 ...

Airlines are coming out of hibernation in July –

Airlines are coming out of hibernation in July – The COVID-19 freeze is just about to thaw next month as the airlines start to reinstate hundreds of flights to their schedule both domestically and even internationally. United Airlines is adding 150 domestic (and Canadian) flights in July and dozens of others to Europe and Asia. Business ...

You may never be able to fly again if you require an empty middle seat –

Many people expect planes to be empty when they travel this month. They are most likely going to be greatly disappointed. The airlines are trying to do everything they can to allow for social distancing on flights by blocking middle seats when possible. United will warn you when the flight is over 70% full and ...

Airlines launch giant airfare sale with prices as low as $49 – $99 OW to get you back traveling –

The travel industry came crashing to a stop in April with COVID-19. At the time, I shared that in order to start filling some of the empty seats, the airlines would most likely launch a giant airfare sale. Well, here you go! It looks like the airlines are ready to put the pedal to the ...

If you rent a car this year it maybe 1 or even 2 years old –

Car rental companies are obviously suffering from the economic tsunami that the virus has brought to the travel industry. The obvious way they deal with the downturn is to not purchase any new vehicles and extend the life of their current inventory. For the car renter, this means that you probably won’t get that fresh ...

Here is my crystal ball on the 10 new things to deal with the next time you fly.

#1 – Everyone is required to wear a face mask – This is no big news for many people as over the last two weeks almost all the airlines said they will require face masks for all crew and passengers. I expect this requirement will be with us at least through the end of the ...

Great news! We are now taking orders for face masks for travelers –

This past week many airlines announced they are requiring face masks for all staff and passengers who are flying in the future. Many of the airlines said they would make face masks available at the check-in desk or gate. We do not know at this time if they will provide them for free or for ...

Here is one GIANT silver lining when people start flying again –

It appears many airlines are considering blocking off using middle seats on flights in the near future as they try to figure out ways for social distancing on airplanes. That will be such a joy to not have to be squeezed into a middle seat at least for a few months. How long they continue ...

A “BIG BOOM” airfare sale is coming in May but the bad news will come quickly afterwards –

We are about to see a monster airfare sale launched in May. The airlines are just holding their breath for the right time to pull the trigger on a massive airfare sale to get people traveling again once the government lets the chokehold off of the economy. I think in a few weeks the airlines ...

Everybody is talking about how dirty airplanes are but the airlines will need to have fewer flights if they want to really clean their planes –

The COVID-19 virus has caused a lot of people to question how healthy it is to fly in an airplane. The nice thing about airplane travel is that airplanes have state-of-the-art HEPA filters to provide real clean air movement on the airplane. How dirty the seats are is another question. Most airplanes have 30 – ...

I have four GIANT predictions that will permanently rock the travel industry as a result of COVID-19:

Prediction #1 – I predict the airline $200 change fees will be permanently banned by the government – All the major airlines except Southwest, prior to COVID-19, charged an average of $200 for someone to change a domestic airline ticket once it had been purchased. The virus has forced airlines to cancel thousands of flights and ...

Here is my four-step plan to give travelers the confidence to start traveling again –

I think the airlines have done a lot recently to make sure travelers are safeguarded when they fly. However, I think the airlines are going to need to add even more safeguards to give the traveling public the confidence to travel again. After talking to some of our customers and finding out their ideas of ...

We are open for business and thankful for your kindness –

These last few weeks have been a whirlwind for the travel industry. This week Executive Travel was able to launch our “Survive then Thrive” company initiative to help us make sure when the travel industry does come back that we are able to retain our great team so that we can continue our company’s growth ...

Everything “travel” is moving to the fall

With all the COVID-19 travel cancellations this spring we are seeing that the majority of vacation travel is being moved to this fall. The 30-day travel ban to Europe has put a wrench in travel plans for many Americans. As a result, we are already seeing a wave of travel reservations rescheduled during the months ...

Here is my Blockbuster prediction for the year –

In two weeks you will see the biggest airfare sale in the last 10 years – Airlines are seeing a massive amount of ticket refunds and lower ticket sales because of the virus panic. They are also smart enough to know that you always get out of the way of a stampede. They will let ...

Stop the panic! The world is not coming to an end! –

For the last month, we have seen the world stampede in response to the Coronavirus outbreak in China. Wallstreet crashed over 10% down last week, airlines cut routes, businesses put international travel on hold, and basically the press started a tornado of worst-case scenarios that would and have frightened many people around the world. Last ...

Airlines are increasing baggage fees and the cost of checking two bags can now be more than the cost of the airline ticket –

Last week United Airlines increased its checked baggage fee by $5 to $35 for the first bag and $45 for a second bag. This increase follows the increase by JetBlue Airways in January. If history repeats itself all the other airlines will soon follow suit. The round trip cost of checking two bags is now ...

Steve’s 12 great ways to use your smartphone camera when traveling –

#1. My iPhone camera is my best travel resource – I use my iPhone to take pictures of almost everything when I travel. For example, instead of keeping all those receipts for meals I simply pull out my iPhone and click a picture and send it to the accounting department rather than stick the receipt in my ...

Hello from Frankfurt, Germany

I am flying home today after spending the last 3 days at Ambiente, one of the world’s largest trade fairs for consumer goods. Frankfurt is not one of my favorite cities in Germany but it has plenty to do and see if you are a business traveler looking for good eats and treats after your ...

The Coronavirus will probably affect your financial health more than your physical health –

The Coronavirus has basically shut down a large part of the Chinese economy in the last week. Factories all over China are closed, people are not traveling to or within China, and some people in China are just locking their doors and staying home in hopes to not catch the virus. The stock markets around ...

Steve Glenn’s final 15 travel industry predictions for 2020

For the last three weeks, I provided you with 45 of my top predictions. Today I am presenting you with my last 15 predictions for 2020. During the past seventeen years, 73% of my predictions have come true! Here’s the rest of what I think will happen in 2020 part 4/4… To view the previous ...

Steve Glenn’s Travel Industry Predictions for 2020- (3/4)

For the last two weeks, I provided you with 30 of my top predictions. Today here comes 15 more. During the past seventeen years, 73% of my predictions have come true! Here’s part 3/4 of what I think will happen in 2020. To view the previous predictions, CLICK HERE. #31- Uber prices will double in 2020 ...

Steve Glenn’s Travel Industry Predictions for 2020- (2/4)

Last week I provided you with 15 of my 60 annual predictions. Today you get 15 more. During the past seventeen years, 73% of my predictions have come true! Here’s more of what I think will happen in 2020 (part 2/4). CLICK HERE to see Steve’s first 15 predictions. #16- Those dastardly hotel resort fees will ...

Steve Glenn’s Travel Industry Predictions for 2020 – (1/4)

During the past seventeen years, 73% of my predictions have come true! (I improved a little this year up from 71% last year) Over the next four weeks, I will provide you with 60 of my travel industry crystal ball predictions. Here is week 1 of what I think will happen in 2020. Part 2 ...