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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