It’s not an uncommon question. There are three major airports in the New York City area — LaGuardia (LGA), Newark Liberty (EWR) and John F. Kennedy (JFK) — so travelers who want to depart or arrive in the general vicinity have a lot of options to choose from for their next international flight. For the purpose of this post, we’re going to look at two, Newark and JFK, and the various differences you should consider between the two before booking your flight.
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Trying to get to MetLife Stadium to see a Jets or a Giants game? Even if you’re not coming from New York City, it can be a hassle just getting there. Add in trying to battle your way from the Big Apple and the difficulty intensifies.
Want to choose the best and fastest way to get to MetLife Stadium from New York City, for your budget and preferences? Check out the transportation options below to discover the best way to get to the big game. Read More
If you’ve ever tried to go to a New York Mets game, then you likely know what a hassle it can be getting into Queens if you’re not already conveniently in the area. Citi Field definitely isn’t the easiest baseball field to get to, but if you’re determined to make a game before the season ends, here’s how to get there from Connecticut. Read More
According to a study from AirPlus International and the Global Business Travel Association, nearly 70% of travel managers say their travelers were affected by a third-party payment data breach in the past year and that they believe the risk of fraud is greater than it was two to three years ago. This begs the question, how can you protect your business travelers from data breaches while they’re on the go?
Here are just a few simple ways you can make sure your company stays safe even while working on a global scale. Read More
Headed to the airport on a business or leisure trip soon? Your time going through security might be a little bit easier in the coming months and years. The Transportation Security Administration announced that it has plans to install new X-ray scanners across all U.S. airports that will allow travelers to leave their laptops inside their luggage when going through a security checkpoint. Yes, that means no more digging through your carry-on for your laptop, while simultaneously taking off your shoes and belt, dropping everything into their own individual gray bins, while a line of unhappy travelers waits impatiently behind you. Read More