Editorial Note: We earn a commission from partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect our editors' opinions or evaluations. Running a business is hard. But the right business credit card can be a helping hand, whether it’s through an intro 0% APR offer that can save you money, a generous rewards rate where you spend the most or … [Read more...] about Business Credit Card Trends For 2023 – Forbes Advisor
Stockholm Arlanda airport has outlined plans to modernise facilities at its Terminal 5, including new shops and a revamped security area. The new Marketplace will open in phases from summer 2023, offering a total of 11,000 sqm of outlets including a new, larger duty free store, and a gift shop focusing on Nordic products. There will be new outlets by Swedish brands Gant and J … [Read more...] about Stockholm Terminal 5 to open new Marketplace and revamped security area – Business Traveller
The Spanish flag carrier, and member of the International Airlines Group (IAG), Iberia, will move its New York JFK Airport operations from Terminal 7 to the newly remodeled and expanded Terminal 8 on December 1. The move will allow the company to be in the same space and share operations alongside American Airlines, British Airways, and Finnair. Moving to the T8 On December … [Read more...] about A Closer Look At Iberia’s Move To New York JFK’s Terminal 8
Three years to the day since its last VIP Supplier Event, The Travel Agent Next Door was back at Toronto’s Fairmont Royal York along with a large and raucous crowd of suppliers and TTAND staff.The company founded just over eight years ago by Flemming Friisdahl has expanded exponentially over that time. Using the ‘next door’ analogy, it’s a bit like that post-war bungalow that … [Read more...] about Buoyant Supplier Group At TTAND’s First VIP Event In Three Years
The short-term rental market in the U.S. has grown steadily over the past three years: AirDNA, a rental-analytics firm, estimates almost a 9% increase in the number of properties available for rent next year, compared to 2022. Major players like Airbnb and VRBO have revolutionized the rental market, making it easy for people to become gig proprietors while offering travelers … [Read more...] about Joe’s Promotional Product Picks: Winter Trips
While the COVID example highlights the importance of business travel insurance, this type of coverage would certainly push up the cost of each business trip. While that is a downside, its goal is to protect companies against major financial losses should an unexpected issue occur. In this part of our client education series, Insurance Business discusses the importance of … [Read more...] about What is business travel insurance and why is it important?
MONTREAL, Nov. 22, 2022 /CNW/ - Marriott International, Inc. announced today the opening of a new 274-room dual-branded Courtyard and Residence Inn by Marriott hotel in Montreal Midtown, Quebec. Located at 6787 & 6785 Decarie Blvd, the Courtyard and Residence Inn Montreal Midtown hotels are owned by TAV Educational, and operated by iHotels by InnVest Hotels of Toronto, … [Read more...] about DUAL BRANDED COURTYARD AND RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT® OPENS IN MONTREAL MIDTOWN, QUEBEC.
Tan Strehler-Weston, head of operations and policy at Thrust Carbon, assesses developments at COP27 With COP27 coming to a close, you could be forgiven for feeling a sense of déjàvu – 'another year, another COP'. We continue to hurtle through the climate crisis, while politicians and civil society go through the motions yet again.I’m going to surprise you, I’d agree! But it’s … [Read more...] about COP27: The ups, downs and (importance of) everything in between
Comment on this storyCommentAirlines handled with ease the first weekend in what they say is a new, stretched-out Thanksgiving travel window, an early sign their optimism heading into a critical holiday period is well-founded. But as the industry revs up for one of its busiest periods of the year, the holiday’s peak travel days and a threat of inclement weather lie … [Read more...] about Thanksgiving travel: Airlines try to avoid meltdowns after summer chaos
“I would not be surprised if we look back at Thanksgiving 2022, and it’s equal to 2019 or even slightly more people flying this year. That’s terrific for the industry,” says Henry Harteveldt, president of Atmosphere Research Group in San Francisco. “What’s noteworthy is there are still fewer flights being operated and airfares are higher, and this is all taking place against … [Read more...] about Thanksgiving travel near pre-pandemic levels