Travel is transformative; the more people travel, the more they understand different cultures. This statement is one of Aladdin Travel’s five core beliefs. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, it changes the traveler and creates memories that last.
Years ago, I visited New York City with a well-traveled colleague. She constantly reminded me to “keep your head up and be aware of your surroundings; you never know who or what you might see!” Whether the purpose was to spot danger before it happened or to be star struck at the sight of a celebrity, I began to pay attention to the world around me.
Health, auto, home and pet top the list of insurances purchased regularly. When saving for a trip of a lifetime, consider buying travel insurance. Travel insurance can be a mystery. Most travelers think insurance is something they should have, but many are not clear on what it covers or why it is important. As experts in the industry, Aladdin Travel employees are regularly asked whether or not someone should buy insurance.
Travelers may have noticed that airlines have introduced a new class of service. Basic Economy, aka “Misery Class” is the new and unimproved class of service providing passengers seats… only if they’re lucky. Delta has been offering this “service” and now, American and United are following suit. Not everyone is happy about it.
Travel is one of a company’s largest controllable expenses and it is imperative to have an experienced travel management team proactively managing the program. The program should be customized to a corporation’s specifications and balance employee needs with corporate goals. It should also include a high level of proactive hands-on account management and program analysis. Successful and comprehensive travel programs include the following components:
Traveling with a group of people can be overwhelming and taxing. Eliminate unnecessary battles by understanding these common misconceptions about group air travel.