by Cassie Sclafani, on October 30, 2017

Update (12/28/17): According to the TSA, your old driver’s license will still work if you are flying domestic through October 1, 2020 even though federal signs in airports tell a …

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by Cassie Sclafani, on October 25, 2017

They say you should never look a gift horse in the mouth, but if the gift horse is offering you a travel “deal,” seriously scrutinize its back molars. When you’re …

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by Cassie Sclafani, on October 23, 2017

With the events in Las Vegas, the big (and big is an understatement) question is “what now” with hotel security. Hotel operators, government officials and security experts are all trying …

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by Cassie Sclafani, on October 18, 2017

There’s little doubt that business travel can be fraught with minor frustrations and occasional inconveniences. Delayed flights and lost luggage seem to be par for the course. There are circumstances, …

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by Cassie Sclafani, on October 9, 2017

Although most of us would shudder at the thought of encountering a real, live ghostly apparition, there’s an entire population who relish the idea and travel the country seeking out …

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by Cassie Sclafani, on October 4, 2017

Let’s face it. You didn’t get to where you are in your career because you shy away from the tough decisions. From making the right hire to choosing which vendors …

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by Cassie Sclafani, on October 1, 2017

Oftentimes, when the leader of a company sets out to increase the bottom line, one of the first major budget cuts is business travel. According to AmTrav’s President Craig Fichtelberg, …

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