Choice Hotels... 'We Mean Business'

Airport Security... Testing Technology at an Airport Near You

Airbnb... Is the 'Business Travel Ready' Option Actually Ready for Your Travelers?


Why Travel Incorporated - Did You Know? 

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  Choice Hotels... 'We Mean Business'
While many hotels are changing cancellation policies and attempting to accommodate the needs of the last-minute leisure traveler, one hotel chain is listening to their customers and offering more Choice than ever before for the business traveler. When considering your next hotel RFP, expanding your scope may offer options you never before considered.
Airport Security... Testing Technology at an Airport Near You
The travel industry is taking on the tumultuous balancing act of managing safety, security, efficiency, and the traveler’s patience. With the more stringent security inspection standards being implemented for domestic travel in lieu of laptop bans, TSA pre-check and CLEAR remain top avenues to reduce the screening and boarding frustrations. Find out which airports are testing various new technologies. 
Airbnb... Is the 'Business Travel Ready' Option Actually Ready for Your Travelers?
Airbnb continues to grab media attention relating to its growth – but what progress have they made to improve aligning to the needs of the business traveler, and how does the Concur integration play into your considerations for potential policy exceptions? 
Why Travel Incorporated
Did You Know?
You talked, TI listened! Travel Incorporated has made enhancements to your eItinerary based on user feedback. The number one request was how to simplify the ability to print your itinerary. Here are two improvements we have made.
Added a Print Icon in the upper right-hand portion of the eItinerary – directly underneath the prominent Feedback tab
Reorder tabs on the navigation panel in order of most frequently used by the traveler – displaying “Print eItinerary” at the top of the functional items listing.
Travel News Bites 
Apps Bring Food Delivery to Airports
Grab allows customers to order food from just-landed airplanes and pick it up from restaurants in the terminal. Grab, which operates at about 20 U.S. airports and London Heathrow, plans to expand and will add delivery in San Diego with a courier taking orders to a passenger’s gate. Grab also plans to let travelers order non-food items from airport stores. Orders can either be delivered to the gate or picked up by the traveler.

The app is available on the App Store and Google Play. More information can be found online at
Airport Sherpa
Northern Virginia-based Airport Sherpa has focused on delivery and already offers not only food, but also items from airport stores, so it can send water, magazines, and even neck pillows to gates. For now, it’s only available in Baltimore, with Pittsburgh and one unnamed major U.S. airport coming soon. By the end of 2018, Airport Sherpa wants to be in nearly 20 airports.
United to Expand Polaris Lounge at Chicago O'Hare Airport

United announced they are building additional space in the Chicago O'Hare United Polaris Lounge, providing significantly more room for working, dining, and enjoying the lounge's many luxurious amenities. United is also creating a dedicated pre-flight dining space for customers looking to enjoy a gourmet, full-service culinary experience from the onsite chef. Looking to the future, United is exploring designs for a more spacious United Club on the C Concourse with sweeping views of the tarmac. The C16 United Club location, currently under construction, is expected to open in the second half of December.
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