Every childleft behind
- IS YOUR CHILD READY TO...Travel alone? Burt-Murray, Angela // Parenting;Dec/Jan2005, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p247
Assesses a child's preparedness to travel alone by airplane. Factors that are hard to handle for children in air travel; Information on how to give the child a test run to assess if he can entertain himself during the travel; Preparations that should be made before the travel.
- TIPS FROM TRAVELERS AT LA GUARDIA AIRPORT. // Fortune International (Europe);10/16/2006, Vol. 154 Issue 7, p78
The article offers advice from three people about business travel on airplanes. Businesspeople should always travel with a sportcoat if they hope that their seat will be upgraded to business class or first class. Traveling in business attire means that if luggage gets lost, a traveler still has...
- The Economics of Private Business Jet Travel. Starry, Claire; Bernstein, Gerald W. // Business Economics;Oct2008, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p36
The use of private air travel for business trips has expanded rapidly over the past few decades. We estimate that the number of U.S. domestic passenger trips per year on business aircraft exceeded 17 million in 2007, or a number equal to about 40 percent of combined domestic first-class,...
- AIR TRAVEL. // Management Today;Dec2003, p62
With shrinking travel budgets plus health and security worries, low-cost airlines have stolen the thunder of their older rivals. But as per latest research round-up by journal "Management Today" suggests that plenty of regular fliers still prefer the full-service treatment and are happy to pay...
- Legroom in traveler budgets as airfare plunge. Sollars, Matthew // Crain's New York Business;3/9/2009, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p2
The article discusses the fall in the air travel fares in the U.S. It is stated that a deeply discounted airfares prices on some routes out of New York area airports are 50% lower than 2008 and offers a rare bright spot for corporate budget-cutters. Some of the biggest fare cuts are on flights...
- As traffic declines, skies are friendlier. // Work-Life Newsbrief & Trend Report;Jul2009, p7
The article reports on the decline in the number of people traveling for business. It states that the 20% decline in business travels resulted more seats on sale and better service. According to the article, business travel is good as prices are down. However, it cites that more fees for checked...
- DATABANK. // Business Travel World;Jul2007, p44
Several charts are presented which provide data related to the business travel industry in Great Britain including the top 20 return journeys to/from London for top corporate clients, the British Airways' scheduled passenger traffic and the passenger volumes at major airports in the country.
- The Royal Treatment. Foroohar, Rana // Newsweek;5/17/2004, Vol. 143 Issue 20, pE28
Focuses on the way that business-class air travel has changed. Assertion that air travelers are getting more for the money they pay; Question of whether the new growth in business travel will translate into a recovery for the entire industry; Description of the business suites and their cost;...
- American, Eagle have 70% of D.R. market. Collins, John // Caribbean Business;8/8/1996, Vol. 24 Issue 31, p24
Reports on the growth in air travel between the Dominican Republic and other parts of the world. American Airlines' and American Eagle's dominance of routes; Total number of passengers that flew in and out of the Dominican Republic in 1995; Breakdwon of passenger traffic on flights.