Sunday - Jun 25, 2017

Business Travel

Increases in airport traffic being reported across all of Europe

Increases in airport traffic being reported across all of Europe

An encouraging sign for the aviation industry is that almost all airports across mainland Europe have reported that a significant increase passenger traffic growth during August compared to the same month last year. Italy’s Bologna Airport put up a particularly impressive performance with close to 700,000 passengers passing through the gates during the month, an

New York’s iconic Grand Central’s subway station renovation gets the green light

New York’s iconic Grand Central’s subway station renovation gets the green light

One of New York’s busiest development companies, SL Green have announced their plans to provide the Grand Central’s subway station with a significant upgrade. The project, which will take five-year to complete at a cost of $210 million, will see the construction of three new staircases leading to the subway platforms, two new brand-new street-level

BizCharters offer a new way to fly

BizCharters offer a new way to fly

BizCharters, a new carrier whose sole hub is at DuPage Airport in Illinois, have captured the attention of the traveller looking for business class travel at economy prices. According to a spokesperson for the airline, the BizCharters formula is to provide private jet experience at business-class prices, through using small regional class jets seating for


Hertz wins an award from the GBTA Foundation for their sustainable business travel program – developed in tandem with Autodesk

Hertz wins an award from the GBTA Foundation for their sustainable business travel program – developed in tandem with Autodesk

The Hertz Corporation, the world’s largest general use car rental company has recently been awarded the Global Business Travel Association ICARUS Sustainability Award for their outstanding efforts in collaboration with software giants Autodesk in increasing the public’s as well as the global business community’s awareness of the necessity and financial viability of renting hybrid and

Business travel to the Asia Pacific region growing at a record pace

Business travel to the Asia Pacific region growing at a record pace

According to a newly released travel survey, business travel within the Asia Pacific region, particularly dominated by China, has now reached a level that it exceeds the rest of the world. The GBTA Foundation has forecast that expenditure on global business travel will surpass $1.18 trillion during 2014, making for a 6.9 percent increase over

Uncharged cell phones to be banned from certain flights in U.S.

Uncharged cell phones to be banned from certain flights in U.S.

The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and that they will require passengers boarding from certain foreign airports or flights bound for the USA to power up certain electronic devices in their possession, in particular cell phones, tablets and laptops. Although no specific references were made, it may even be possible that eBook owners and readers


BAE Systems’ IntelliCabin to improve flights for passengers and cabin crew

BAE Systems’ IntelliCabin to improve flights for passengers and cabin crew

BAE Systems generally recognised as being among the world’s leading defense contractors, developing and producing security systems for the use on land and in the air. What is possibly not so well known is that BAE Systems’ also operate a thriving Commercial Aircraft Solutions division, which have once again displayed their virtuosity by introducing a

Grand Central entrance named after Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Grand Central entrance named after Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis video

Visitors to New York City passing through the famous Grand Central Terminal will not fail to notice its recently renovated entrance, dedicated to the memory of the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, in recognition of her historic fight to save the terminal from demolition during the 1970s. The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Foyer is situated on Park