Transportation

Don’t Let Drive-Time Snafus Kick Your Meeting to the Curb By Derek Reveron

No one congratulates planners when ground transportation runs smoothly. But suppose a bus on its way to pick up attendees has an accident, gets stuck in heavy traffic, breaks down or becomes lost?

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How Planners Are Navigating the Ever-Changing Landscape By Patrick Simms

Uber, Lyft, car services, shuttles and buses all can come into play when mobilizing attendees at the destination.

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Some see an inexorable move toward increased collaborative consumption or sharing of resources in new ways. Others are less convinced.

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2015 Brought Changes — Some Good for Passengers, Some Not — and 2016 Appears to Offer More of the Same By Christine Loomis

Airline travel is not the luxury it once was; it is a necessity for business travelers in an increasingly global setting.

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Amenities, Services and Meeting Spaces Match Those of City Hotels By Derek Reveron

Airport hotels are often the first choice for many planners who want convenient meeting facilities at good value.

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What Does It All Mean? By John Buchanan

As the meeting industry continues its return to the robust glory days of early 2008, a new challenge looms — rising airfare costs and ongoing mergers that stifle competition and potentially limit practical options for planners. And those factors have been further exacerbated by the pending marriage of American Airlines and US Airways. The nearly […]

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