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The Trouble With Airports, And How To Fix Them

By Elaine Glusac, a travel writer for The New York Times. During this summer of frequent flight delays and cancellations, many travelers spent more time…

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Eyeing Program Expansion, TSA Expects New Providers To Begin PreCheck Enrollment This Year

Most travelers probably don’t know or care that a private-sector company is behind the enrollment process for TSA PreCheck. They might soon. To expand the…

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Big Airlines, Card Companies Build ‘Airport Lounges Of Tomorrow’

With unruly passengers, fears of virus transmission and understaffed airport concessions, a quiet place to sit, work and eat can go a long way. American,…

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Changed And Inconsistent Airport Experiences Await Business Travelers

Business travelers who haven’t seen the inside of an airport in over a year may wonder what changes await them. Many are obvious in the…

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Movement For Quarantine-Free U.K.-U.S. Travel Faces Tests

Business travel is an important economic enabler and New York-London is a critical business travel route. If authorities on both sides can confirm negative Covid…

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Op Ed: Liam Moroney On Analyzing Airline Traffic Recovery Trends

Rocketrip has been crunching TSA data to create projections on the pace of the rebound in air traffic. As vice president of marketing Liam Moroney…

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Despite Flaws, Physical Health Screenings Are Now A Business Travel Reality

Many companies are checking temperatures before employees enter facilities. The federal government and some states recommended the procedure to help businesses reopen. Thermal scanning also…

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