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Navigating the Nation’s Busiest Airport and More: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

You might think that an airport in California, New York, Chicago or even Texas would be the nation’s busiest. However, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) has been ranked as the nation’s busiest airport by passenger volume since 1998. In 2019 alone, ATL processed approximately 110 million travelers and over 901,000 flights. On average, close to …

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Waiting for Delayed Flights

Almost nothing is as frustrating than having a flight delayed. Not only have you planned ahead to arrive at the airport early for check-in, security, and hopeful on-time boarding, but with a delay, all your future plans (connecting flights, events, etc.) get pushed back, adding stress to an already stressful situation. So how do you …

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Top 5 Ski Resorts in Colorado

It’s no secret that Colorado is home to some stunning mountains and breathtaking views. It’s also been a prime destination for skiers and snowboarders for decades. Here we share a few of our favorite Colorado ski destinations. Which one is your favorite? Keystone Keystone made it in our top 5 ski resorts list due to …

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Top Luxury Winter Getaways

If you live in a cold-weather area, often riddled with snow and deep freeze, after a couple of months you probably desire warm weather, sunshine, and your toes in the sand.  Even more appealing is going someplace that is truly steeped in luxury and provides you with all the comforts in the world, including some …

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10 Ways to Save on Business Travel

While business travel expenses go back to your employer, there will be times when you are asked to spend conservatively on a trip. Whether it’s through preferred partners or making different choices for airline travel days, there are definitely ways to make travel more affordable for you and your employer. Here are our top 10 …

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What to Do During a Layover

Layovers during travel are sometimes expected and sometimes are an unwelcome surprise. Unfortunately, some of our travel plans are at the mercy of many outside factors (weather, schedules, crowds, airlines, and so on), so, it’s important to always have a backup plan. Some are short enough to allow a restroom break and a brief stretch …

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Working Out When Traveling

Sticking to a regular workout routine when at home is a matter of strong self-discipline, but what about when traveling for business or pleasure? A lot of us throw our routines out the window to fully immerse ourselves in the more fluid structure that travel requires. Flexibility is key with regards to everything when traveling…remembering …

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Lost Travel Documents: What to Do?

It is nearly every person’s worst nightmare: losing your travel documents while on a trip. Sheer panic, anxiety, and stress can quickly ruin any fantastic memories that you have already made if you lose your identification. Fortunately, there are ways to quickly mitigate the situation and turn it around so that you can continue to …

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Effective Methods to Avoid Jet Lag

Traveling for work or to visit family and friends can be fun, exciting, and exhausting. And if traveling includes airline travel across different time zones and continents, you can expect to feel jet-lagged after your arrival at your destination (or even when you return home). If you know that you’ll be heading east or west …

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Why Boston is the Perfect Destination to Host Meetings & Events

Meeting Planners and Conference Managers are always looking ahead to which city they will be hosting their next corporate outing or big show. When it comes to hosting meetings and events, it’s important to keep in mind several factors like location and accessibility, attendee experience, budget, partnership with local experts, interactive attractions, and so much …

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Top Hotel Rewards Programs in 2020

In most cases, “nothing in life is free.” However, when it comes to hotel loyalty programs, there are many benefits and points-earned privileges one can enjoy. To start, every major hotel chain has its own loyalty program – and for free. So, whether you travel extensively for business or pleasure, signing up for your favorite …

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2020 NBAA Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference Overview

Providing professional development, networking opportunities, and information-sharing for the business aviation community, the 2020 NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference will be held on March 10 –  March 13, 2020, at the Charlotte Convention Center, bringing together over 2,900 attendees for a series of keynote speakers, educational sessions, and an amazing list of exhibitors. LOCATION Being …

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Los Angeles – Business Travel Guide

  Business Travel Guide to Los Angeles by Dav El | BostonCoach Rejuvenate in the Heart of the City Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills 9291 Burton Way Set only a half-mile from Rodeo Drive, this 5-star hotel boasts sophisticated suites with midcentury-modern flair, rooftop pool, French bistro, and spa. Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons …

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Dallas – Business Travel Guide

  Business Travel Guide to Dallas by Dav El | BostonCoach Rejuvenate in the Heart of the City Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek 2821 Turtle Creek Blvd Overlooking Turtle Creek, this luxury and upscale hotel features refined rooms, a fine-dining restaurant, and a centric location. Hotel Crescent Court 400 Crescent Ct Premier luxury hotel & …

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Chicago – Business Travel Guide

  Business Travel Guide to Chicago by Dav El | BostonCoach Find the Perfect Place to Spend a Night Waldorf Astoria 11 E Walton St Sophisticated, elegant hotel equipt with stunning interiors and gracious service. Viceroy Chicago 1118 N State St This 120-year-old arto-deco hotel overlooks Lake Michigan and harnesses Chicago’s rich history and charm. …

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2020 Business Travel Trends

With corporate travel budgets continuing to rise, so too are expectations of the corporate traveler. From the need for more comfortable accommodations to environmentally friendly travel – as well as updated technology to make the trip more efficient and satisfying – the business traveler of the next decade isn’t afraid to speak up about their …

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The Best Travel Apps for 2020

There are hundreds of travel apps out there to make your life easier when you decide to hit the road. Whether for business or leisure, apps like Airbnb, Trip Advisor, Zagat, CityMaps2Go, and Google Translate, to name a few, can make all the difference. But which apps are worth considering for 2020 and beyond? Below …

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2019 Holiday Travel Tips

Tis’ the season as the saying goes! From Kwanza to Hanukkah to Christmas and New Year’s Eve, December is considered the most festive time of year. And, typically during this time of year, folks find themselves with some extended time off from work and children from school, allowing for travel and time with friends and …

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Boston – Business Travel Guide

  Business Travel Guide to Boston by Dav El | BostonCoach Find the Perfect Place to Spend a Night Four Seasons Hotel Boston 1 Dalton St Modern and stylish skyscraper located in Back Bay. Experience masterful urban architecture combined with unprecedented city views and major attractions within walking distance. Mandarin Oriental, Boston 776 Boylston St …

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Thanksgiving Travel Tips 2019

Typically, the words “hassle-free” and “holiday travel” are not synonymous, especially when it comes to Thanksgiving. However, below are a few tips for the upcoming Thanksgiving travel season (and beyond) that just might make your holiday something to be thankful for. When to Travel It’s no secret that Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving, is the …

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GBTA Munich 2019 Preview

Europe’s largest business travel conference will be held this year in Munich, Germany. Host to various travel industry companies from around the world, the GBTA 2019 Conference – Munich, in partnership with VDR, will be held at the Messe München Conference Center Nord from November 19-21. For the approximate 1,000 European travel professionals and buyer …

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Tips for Traveling Internationally

We are fortunate that in today’s modern society traveling internationally is extremely commonplace. You can hop on an airplane and get to a destination halfway around the world for a meeting and return a few days later (a bit jet-lagged, but still, feasible!). But while, yes, it’s possible to just arrive at the airport and …

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