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  • No clown pants here

    No clown pants here
    Name: P-cubed pants What they are: A line of adventure and business pants from Clothing Arts of North Woodmere, N.Y., that are pickpocket-proof. How they work: Large pockets with zippers and buttons make unauthorized access difficult, if not...
  • Relief from security hassles?

    Relief from security hassles?
    I might owe the Transportation Security Administration an apology. But first, the background: in June, the International Air Transport Association unveiled its security "checkpoint of the future." In this space I wrote about its alluring, virtually...
  • Delayed? Get creative

    Delayed? Get creative
    As any seasoned traveler knows — that's you, Mr. and Mrs. Business Traveler — the second-most maddening word at an airport, right after "canceled," is "delayed." We've all been there: stuck for hours at the gate (or worse, on the tarmac)...
  • Gay market on the radar

    Gay market on the radar
    A San Francisco-based market-research firm has released its annual gay and lesbian travel survey, and what caught my eye wasn't the leisure travel rankings, in which New York nudged past San Francisco for the top spot. It was the last category: top...
  • Be a better traveler

    Be a better traveler
    The new year is upon us, and you know what that means: more resolutions to break. However, what follows are resolutions truly worth keeping. Our 2011 Business Travel Resolutions will guarantee a better year for the road warrior in all of us. Don't buy...
  • Airline food: Hot or not?

    Airline food: Hot or not?
    What was the last memorable meal you had on an airplane? Struggling for an answer? Me too. That is why American Airlines' recent announcement that it is working on in-flight meals with two notable chefs, Richard Sandoval and Marcus Samuelsson, seemed so...
  • Healthy travel habits

    Healthy travel habits
    Like many great discoveries, the inspiration for Andrew Rundle's study about the relationship between business travel and health was his own life. Rundle, an associate professor of epidemiology at Columbia University, was in a North Carolina Research...
  • The toughest airline critics

    The toughest airline critics
    In its recently released look at the travel industry, the American Customer Satisfaction Index probably didn't surprise too many people by announcing that of the 47 industries it examines, airlines finished last, with a score of 65 out of 100 points....
  • Free Wi-Fi can cost you

    Free Wi-Fi can cost you
    After oxygen, your wallet and cell phone, nothing is more vital to the business traveler than wireless Internet. It is our connection to work, home, fantasy sports teams and shopping. On the hotel, cafe or convention center networks, we flip through our...
  • Shrek and other DreamWorks characters coming to Gaylord hotels

    Shrek and other DreamWorks characters coming to Gaylord hotels
    Shrek and his pals are about to make themselves at home in one of Central Florida's biggest hotels. Gaylord Entertainment announced a deal Wednesday with DreamWorks Animation to bring the studio's characters to Gaylord hotels across the country,...
  • Southwest CEO sees growth, opportunity at BWI

    Southwest CEO sees growth, opportunity at BWI
    Now that Southwest Airlines has completed its $1 billion purchase of AirTran Holdings, executives have launched the longer-term process of merging the two brands, retraining employees, rolling out larger aircraft, giving makeovers to AirTran planes and...