Max Pax Policies Common, Not Universal

By | June 12, 2015

Concerns about too many executives or employees on a flight date back to well before 9/11, the event that began the travel risk management era. While it’s perhaps the oldest travel risk management policy, the maximum passenger rule isn't applied as widely as one might expect.

A US Airways flight six years ago crash landed on the Hudson River carrying two dozen people working on the Bank of America/Merrill Lynch . . .

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Jay Campbell
Author: Jay Campbell

Jay Campbell in 2004 created travel business newsletter The Beat, in 2006 co-founded Travel Procurement magazine and in 2010 integrated them with Business Travel News. He served as editorial director until 2013. Jay made his travel industry media debut in 1993 at the Air Travel Journal of Boston while earning his undergraduate degree in journalism at Boston University.