Four months into a new year and already so much has changed. Change that is agreeably for the better of the travel and hospitality industries working diligently to rise above it all and for those who are itching to travel again in support of their own business or personal pursuits.
Tucked away 575 miles southeast of Miami sits a string of 100 islands and cays full of exotic wonders, cerulean blue waters and a riveting culture dating back to 700 A.D. Only nine of these islands are inhabited, leaving room to explore and enjoy the serenity and untouched nature of
Big news for the private travel industry and Division 1 college sports recruiting this week as speculation continues to circulate that the NCAA will finally lift the “dead period” that has been in effect since March 13, 2020. The dead period faces its ninth extension in 13 months. But hope
Have you ever had your private jet charter canceled or diverted? Anyone who travels can relate to canceled or delayed flights. And if you never experienced a canceled flight before 2020, you likely have in the past year. On March 18, 2020, U.S. commercial airlines canceled approximately 11 percent of
College sports are still in full swing and excitement for the upcoming fall NCAA season sits in the air, which means planning for team travel in advance. While the rules of the game remain the same, how managers get their teams to the game has changed. Once an option sought
This past year, industries across the board were affected by travel restrictions. The Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) industry was one of those industries. While individuals traveled at their own risk for leisure, corporate travel took a different path as businesses and event organizers chose not to leave others’