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The Uber of Air Travel Business Is Taking Off

Air travel has been infamously troublesome for more than a decade. Between security lines, flight cancellations, and uncomfortable chairs, there is no way to enjoy the traveling experience when you have to go to the airport. And while other modes of transportation enjoy innovation and affordability in the form of ride sharing and Hyperloop

4 Ways Millennials Are Changing The Face Of Travel

In today’s digital age, travel is not viewed as a luxury but instead a necessity. With pictures of exotic destinations and adventurous excursions flooding the social feeds of Millennials, it’s no surprise that travel has become a top priority for this generation. In fact, Millennials are 23 percent more likely to travel abroad than their older counterparts.

9 Largest Hotel Loyalty Programs: Growing Members Faster Than Engagement

As major hotel chains make a big push this year to increase the size of their loyalty programs through book-direct campaigns, they might take satisfaction in the fact that their programs grew at a healthy pace in 2015 but that presents a potential challenge — a large chunk of their rosters are inactive.

Bookings at Trump Hotels Plummet

Donald Trump has garnered a lot of attention as a Republican presidential candidate. But how has this attention impacted his business interests? Are sales up or down?

The Trump brand is associated with a variety of hotels, apartments, and products. On one hand, a growing number of political supporters could boost sales of Trump products;