Keep Calm and Carry On

Booth, Dan
December 2012
Business Traveler;Dec2012/Jan2013, p6
The article offers the author's insights on the impact of Hurricane Sandy in the U.S. particularly in business travel. The author states that the power were disrupted in homes and businesses. However, the airline industry has set a lot of planning, in which it reposition its assets, people and planes in advance of a disaster. The author also suggests that people must have all the patience, ingenuity, and be smart when disasters and disruptions occur.


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