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5 Ways Artificial Intelligence is Helping the Business Traveler

Artificial intelligence chat botArtificial intelligence is just starting to show its face in corporate environments. For decades, corporate travelers have relied upon a combination of personal assistants and travel agents to coordinate and plan itineraries. Now that is all starting to change with AI that is taking over some of the smaller tasks associated with business travel. Here are five areas that are showing promise:
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LaGuardia Airport Construction Update

Delta plane at LaGuardia airportNow that we are well into 2018, it appears that LaGuardia’s overhaul is finally crossing some major milestones. The renovations on Terminal B and the addition of a new central building was a huge undertaking to the tune of $8 billion, but travelers can look forward to a vastly improved airport experience once the work is done. Here are a few updates on the progress thus far: Read More

5 Takeaways from Microsoft’s Travel Innovation Manifesto

Conference room Microsoft’s recent Corporate Travel Innovation Summit was a resounding success, and the summary of the event is nothing less than astounding. Microsoft managed to cut straight to the heart of corporate travel issues and offer valuable insights on all sides of the issue. Here are five key takeaways from their Travel Innovation Manifesto that really stood out:  Read More

How Private Car Service Providers Support 2018 Corporate Travel Trends

Corporate travellers walking in busy airport 2018 is set to be another big year for corporate travel trends. We already see some trends taking shape, and some continuation from the last few years as companies become more self-aware and more contientious of how they are using their resources. It’s no surprise that private car services are a big part of this movement. Here’s why:
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Do You Know Who You’re Driving With? Private Transportation Safety

Chauffeur's hand on handle. Close-up of man in formal wear opening a passenger car doorThe professional driving industry is stepping up to try to ensure the safety of all passengers going forward. Last year, a lawsuit against the Connecticut Airport Authority claimed that drivers had not been properly vetted before being allowed to pick up passengers at the airport. One such driver was a known threat who had been placed on the No Fly List after being charged with trying to build Weapons of Mass Destruction. The CAA has now introduced stricter rules to help weed out drivers and protect riders.  Read More