How great customer service can help airlines reach new heights

Posted on 18. Jun, 2010 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, corporate housing, executive accommodations, international business travel

Here’s a fun little something to think and chat about while you’re waiting for your next (or current) layover to finally end!
Well first things first.  If you have a complaint about an airline’s service, the condition of a plane, or even a rude team member working a flight,  the U.S. Department of Transportation has a department to [...]

The New United–What’s in Store for Business Travelers?

Posted on 06. May, 2010 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, corporate housing, executive accommodations, international business travel

Talk about an interesting twist for business travelers and planners. In the wake of the news of the merger between United and Continental Airlines it has been revealed that the newly merged carriers are counting on business travelers to help make their multi-billion dollar merger a success.
The two airlines have been losing a lot of money for [...]

International destinations continue to grow, along with corporate travel

Posted on 02. May, 2010 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, corporate housing, executive accommodations, international business travel

Travel and corporate travel are really back, and more proof continues to emerge each day.
According to the World Tourism Barometer, international tourist arrivals grew by 7% in the first two months of 2010 worldwide, with new destinations leading the recovery. 
Even more positive, growth occurred in all regions of the world, with Asia Pacific and Africa [...]

This Week’s Skies Filled with News for Business Travelers

Posted on 30. Apr, 2010 by Kat Schneider Fotheringham in Blog, Business Travel, Uncategorized, corporate housing, executive accommodations, international business travel

If you travel–and especially fly–for business, there’s no shortage of news this week. Much like the improving economy is building positive momentum for corporate housing, it also seems to be heralding the return of the business travel industry, too.
The conversation is dominated of course by the discussions throughout the month of a potential merger between [...]