Nov 08, 2018 - by Nancy Tuitama
With record high numbers of travelers moving through airports they are getting busier; these digital tools can help make the air travel experience
easier and less complicated! According to the Bureau of Transportation
Studies, 2018 was the busiest year ever for U.S. airlines, by more than 3 percent, and most industry forecasts say that statistic is only
Jun 22, 2018 - by Nancy Tuitama
United Airlines is taking business class to new heights.
Redesigned, Polaris, (Named after the North Star) United Airlines aims to bring a new level of excellence and comfort to every detail of the premium cabin travel experience.
Begin your journey in the United Polaris Lounge, where you can relax and rejuvenate
before your flight – with preflight dining, spa-like shower facilities & private rest areas with chaise...
Mar 21, 2018 - by Ernie Segale
Booking your business travel arrangements can be a tedious task, especially if you’re booking for large groups of employees on multiple business trips.
By subcontracting your corporate travel needs with Segale Travel Service, you can save
time along with so many more benefits that an online booking tool can't provide. We have the expertise and the industry knowledge to provide expert
advice, parallel to the most appropriate corporate travel...
Jan 03, 2018 - by
Beginning January 22, 2018, driver’s licenses or state IDs issued by states that are not in compliance with the REAL ID Act and have not been granted an extension by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) may not be used to fly within the U.S.
Passed by Congress in 2005, the REAL ID Act established minimum security standards for state-issued
driver’s licenses and identification cards and...
Dec 29, 2017 - by
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are looking to improve checkpoint throughput by upgrading from x-ray scanners to CT scanners in the near future.
Computed tomography (CT) technology are able to scan carry-on bags in three-dimensional imaging, allowing TSA officers to manipulate contents to spin 360
degrees and digitally unpack carry-ons. Algorithms are also used to detect suspicious items for weapons and potential explosives - TSA officers can