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Corporate Travel Agent
2 Positions Available at Diplomat Travel. We are a renowned corporate travel agency seeing TWO dynamic agents in our busy and fun office.
As a Corporate Travel Agent at Diplomat, you will handle a high volume of corporate traveler calls. Experience in Sabre is a must. Our clients are our priority and a successful candidate will understand the value of building those relationships.
These are full time positions with no work evenings or weekends, a full benefits package, holidays and vacat
Plugging The Breach: Recent Violations Of Data Security At Major Retailers Raise Concerns About... The recent spate of high-profile credit card data breaches, most notably at retail giant Target, primarily has affected consumer cardholders. But business travel suppliers haven't been immune to similar breaches, to which such hotel companies as Wyndham and White Lodging could attest.
One Man's Quest to Make Business Travel a Lot Less Awful The sharing economy meets office space with Breather.
We don't ticket for this, but wow!
Travel Tip: How to Fly to Space If you have been putting money aside to save up for that perfect unique trip there may be just the perfect one for you like why not fly to space?
Make sure you check on your flight with the airlines before you fly today....
Business Travel - Flight Status, Airport Delay, Travel Condition - weather.com Check the weather conditions, flight status, departure and arrival delays, and get airport information and travel conditions for major US and International airports.
Here comes a new nonstop - San Fran to Tokyo’s Haneda airport A new option to Tokyo starting in October
Just in case you need to hurry....
How to Choose a Security Line It's always tricky to choose a security line at the airport. In this exclusive look from The Travel Detective, Peter explains what to look for.
Does it fit?
Top 5 rules for traveling with carry-ons - Road Warriorette My (Mostly) Business Travel Blog: Advice, insight, and observations about life on the road January 20, 2014 I talk a lot about carrying-on your suitcase instead of checking it.
Spring showers scare you?
Ask the Captain: Staying calm in stormy weather What are pilots doing (and thinking) as they descend through storm clouds?
No ID? You can still travel: http://blog.tsa.gov/2013/04/tsa-travel-tips-tuesday-can-you-fly.html
The TSA Blog: TSA Travel Tips Tuesday – Can You Fly Without an ID? Of course, if every passenger and their bags are screened and cleared, who cares WHO you are?Funny how to fly domestically in Australia, no ID needs to be shown, and I haven't heard about planes falling from the skies daily there because no ID was shown.Oh, so if a passenger doesn't have ID and then…
Best Travel Ads This Week: Clever Ways to Position a Brand The destinations featured in this week's ad roundup range from the most visited to the most unusual of places. Each employs a unique marketing style their
Questions about TSA pre-check?
Frequently Asked Questions About the TSA Pre✓™ ProgramHere are the most frequently asked questions to help you learn how to participate and receive expedited screening benefits.Q. What is TSA Pre✓™?A. TSA Pre✓™ is one of several intelligence-driven, risk-based initiatives helping TSA move away from a one-size-fits-all model t…
You want to read this....great stuff.
May's Newsletter from Diplomat Travel The U.S. House Transportation Committee recently introduced H.R. 4156, euphemistically labeled as the Transparent Airfares Act of 2014 (http://btcnews.co/1nkp6UX), in response to airlines' objections to a 2012 U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) rule that requires airlines to prominently display…
Ahhhh....now if we can get a massage as well.
Delta Becomes Only U.S. Carrier with Full Flat-Bed Seats Featuring Direct-Aisle Access on All... Delta Air Lines Newsroom
I posted this story a couple of weeks ago. This is a good follow up.
Can You Survive in a Plane Wheel Well? On Sunday, a 16 year-old boy survived a flight inside the plane wheel well of a Hawaiian Airlines 767. How did he survive?
Don't let them get you!
How to Pickpocket Proof Yourself This Summer - Peter Greenberg Travel Detective Summer is a great time to travel, but it can mean a lot of pickpockets. Pickpocket proof yourself with footwear, clothing, bags, wallets, and luggage.
U.S. airlines fight rules to include full airfare price in advertisements TravelU.S. airlines fight rules to include full airfare price in advertisementsAirlines argue that advertising the full price for airfare allows governments to hide tax increases from consumers.Photo: David McNew/Getty ImagesBloomberg NewsPublished: April 21, 2014, 8:38 amUpdated: 3 hours agoAAAAAAB…
Clearly Monday is weird teen airline news day....
Teen 'Lucky' to Survive Trip in Plane's Wheel Well A 16-year-old boy from California hopped a fence at the San Jose Airport and snuck into the wheel well of a Hawaiian Airlines flight, stowing away for a five-hour flight, FBI spokesman Tom Simon told ABC News.
This Week's Biggest Travel Blunders Between poorly executed terrorist threats and inappropriate photos, the Internet has been abuzz with serious travel blunders.
How First Class travel with British Airways has changed over 40 years To mark its 40th anniversary, the airline has released iconic photographs showcasing its upper market cabin through the ages - revealing how high flyers would be treated to a free packet of Benson & Hedges, and a seven-course meal.
Just in case you should decide to go this route...
Travel Tip: How To Fly On A Private Jet Ever thought you could catch a ride on a private jet? Turns out, you don't have to be a millionaire to make it happen.
Awesome flight attendant!
Southwest flight attendant brings comic relief to safety announcement - TODAY.com Airlines have been known to add a little comedy to liven up the otherwise boring but important messages about in-flight safety. Think...
We aren't saying any of this is fact, but can't hurt to think about it...especially the garlic.
Eight Foods You Should Never Eat Before Flying - SmarterTravel.com What you eat before you board can make a big impact on how you feel once you're in the air (and even how you feel once you land). Leave these dining disasters off your pre-flight checklist and avoid the dreaded "jet bloat," being the stinky seatmate, and other in-flight horrors. Read on to find out…
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Italian Court Bars Emirates' Milan-JFK Service - Business Travel News Share this page NEWSLOG STORIES April 14, 2014 - 02:40 PM ET By Amon Cohen An administrative court in Italy has ordered Emirates to scrap the Milan Malpensa-New York Kennedy service that it launched in October 2013.
Airlines move away from bereavement fares Frequent flier Steve Kaufman appreciates the actions of two airlines after the deaths of two family members. Continental Airlines, which has since merged with United Airlines, refunded seven tickets for a
Absolutely precious. A must watch.
Video Interlude: Nothing is Sweeter Than These Two Old Ladies on Their First Flight Video Interlude: Nothing is Sweeter Than These Two Old Ladies on Their First Flight || Jaunted
Thankfully, it's not the food....
The REAL reason airplane food tastes so bad Regardless of which meal you're eating - from fish, meat, and even pasta - it will taste 'so dull in the air' compared to on the ground.
From BWI nonstop: Meet me in Memphis The shortest distance between two points is a straight line, thereby making "nonstop" one of the most fetching words in travel today. Luckily for us, BWI -Marshall Airport seems to be piling up flights that will get you to your destination without interruption. BWI offers so many nonstop routes that...
Great Italian Beaches Is it any wonder Italians, inventors of la dolce vita, have perfected the art of the summer beach...
These would be in my overnight kit for sure.
10 Hotel Chains with the Best Free Bath Amenities - SmarterTravel.com There are plenty of reasons to care about what's on that hotel-room sink. When top-quality bath and beauty amenities are offered, travelers can leave their TSA-friendly bottles at home or take souvenir toiletries to go. Hotels, happily, have taken notice. More major chains have bid adieu to generic…
Good advice from sage travelers...
What Not to Do in India, Italy, France, and Ten Other Countries Around the World We asked specialists for countries around the world for the most common mistake visitors tend to make, in the hopes that putting them out there can help everyone have a better trip. As they say: The more you know.
Airbus unveils the passenger cabins for the new A350 XWB plane Last week Airbus announced a squeeze which will make most frequent flyers groan, but today the European firm unveiled how passengers flying on its new A350 XWB might travel.
Keeping fit while on the go....
Airport Fitness Facilities: 10 Ways To Stay Active During Your Layover | Sleeping in Airports Blog From Walking Paths to Mini-Golf and an Indoor Skating Rink, find out which airports offer you ways to be active during your layover.