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INSIGHTS FROM YOUR CORPORATE TRAVEL ADVISOR · MAY 2018
Air
American Airlines
AMERICAN AIRLINES WELCOMES NEW ONBOARD CHEFS

AA is offering new premium cabin meals with locally-inspired cuisine on some of their long-haul international flights, introducing creations from two new chefs.

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Delta
DELTA ADDS FINGERPRINT ACCESS TO ALL U.S. CLUBS

Delta has expanding its biometric check-in option to all 50 of its Sky Club locations across the United States. The program enables Sky Club members enrolled in Clear to enter the club using only a fingerprint reader, with no boarding pass nor membership card required. Delta also has begun aircraft boarding using the fingerprint reader at Reagan.

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Brazil
U.S.-BRAZIL AIR TRAVEL GETTING LIFT FROM ECONOMY, REGULATIONS

Air service between the U.S. and Brazil has risen sharply over the past year as Brazil’s economy climbs out of the deep recession of 2015 and 2016.

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Expo
COOL IDEAS – AND ONE DUD – FROM THE AIRCRAFT INTERIORS EXPO IN HAMBURG

Exhibitors showed off the latest products, innovations and wacky ideas for everything from airplane seats and in-flight entertainment systems to passenger comforts such as snacks and amenity kits.

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Hotel
Apostles Lobby
THE EVOLUTION OF THE HOTEL FRONT DESK: WHY TECH CAN ONLY GO SO FAR

As technology continues to transform the hotel industry, one fixture remains a puzzling constant: the front desk. How could this antique setup defy so many trends?

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Melia Placio
MELIA’S COO ON ACHIEVING GLOBAL SCALE

Melia Hotels International is something of a rarity in the hospitality world, in that it is still majority owned by the founding family. In 1956, Gabriel Escarrer Juliá started the company with one hotel on the Spanish island of Majorca and he remains involved as Chairman. The Escarrer family has gradually turned Melia from a leisure specialist to one with a substantial interest in corporate travel as well as meetings and events.

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Travel Life
Bleisure
MORE THAN TWO-THIRDS OF BUSINESS TRAVELERS EMBRACE BLEISURE

Globally, 20 percent of business travelers forgo leisure diversions during their business trips, aka bleisure, because of how it may look to their employer, according to Egencia's 2018 Bleisure Trends study.

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Steak
THE BEST STEAKHOUSE IN EVERY STATE

Business Insider teamed up with Foursquare City Guide to create a list of the top-rated steakhouses in every state and Washington, DC, so you don't need to worry about missing out next time you're on the road. The list is based on explicit ratings, visit popularity, and tip sentiment by users of the city-guide app.

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Tech
Cyber Security
FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CYBERATTACKS WHILE TRAVELING

How to protect smartphones, tablets, and other internet-connected devices from cybercriminals while traveling.

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Global
BUSINESS TRAVEL 2.0: WHAT ROLE FOR GLOBAL MOBILITY?

A new estimate suggests that the globally mobile workforce will expand to 1.87 billion people by 2022. As global mobility becomes more widespread, the continuum is expanding to include commuters, business travelers and traditional assignees.

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Escape
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Velas
Velas Resorts
EXPERIENCE SUMMERLAND AT
VELAS RESORTS

Make this summer vacation extra special with a luxury getaway to one of Mexico’s finest All-Inclusive properties. Relax and enjoy fine dining, creative activities and gorgeous scenery. Contact your Protravel agent to travel like a VIP.

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