Sunday, August 23, 2015

Frisco Limousine - Dallas Town Car Service.

Dallas  Town Car Service

Airport Sedan Service

Frisco LImousine Airport Sedan Service
Frisco Limousine Airport Sedan Service

Welcome the peace of mind that Frisco Limousine & Frisco Car Service provides for your arrivals and departures, meaning to and from the airport. Travelers can rest assured that stresses over traffic, loading the car with luggage and parking will be in the hands of our professionals. You’ll also be able to take advantage of our in car WI-FI hotspot, cell phone and computer charging system and the state-of-the-art  technology that monitors and guarantees on-time arrival. 

Reliable Pick-Up

 Frisco Limousine Pickup and Drop off

Keep in mind that with Frisco Limousine and Frisco Car Service you won’t be stranded once you’ve reached your destination. You can forget about waiting for a taxi cab or shuttle; our other airport sedan service will be your dependable ride. Your travels from beginning to end will be met with courteous drivers and optimal transportation.  

Dallas Ft. Worth International Airport  ( DFW )

Dallas Ft. Worth International Airport

Our drivers will meet and greet all clients at Baggage claim area's at DFW.

Dallas Love Field Airport ( DLF )

Dallas Love Field Airport

Baggage claim greetings are against Dallas Love Field Airport policy; all passengers will be greeted at the pre-arrange curbside pick-up aera across from baggage claim. These aeras are marked as limo pick-up. 

Schedule your next professional sedan service with Frisco Limousine / Frisco Car Service in Dallas, Ft. Worth and Houston metroplex, experience the commitment to customer service that our professional drivers have been providing for clients that include American Airline, Boston Consulting Group, Wallgreen, CityCorp, AT&T, FC Dallas. Frisco Car service is also available in Little Elm, Prosper, Celina, Gunter, Mckinney, Melissa, Anna, Allen, Plano and Dallas Surrounding area

Frisco Limousine - Ride in Style, Luxury and Comfort

Frisco Limousine - Ride in Style, Luxury and Comfort
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Friday, August 7, 2015

GBTA Report Highlights Global Business Travel Trends

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The GBTA Foundation, the education and research arm of the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), released a report on Thursday that sheds light on business travel trends in major destinations around the world.

The first-ever Global Business Traveler Sentiment Index, produced in partnership with American Express, surveyed more than 3,800 frequent business travelers living in the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Japan, Mexico and/or the United Kingdom.

Predictably, technology is a central focus for business travelers these days, according to the report. In seven of the eight destinations included in the survey, 70 percent or more of business travelers agreed or strongly agreed “having access to Wi-Fi is vital to my work productivity while traveling,” with Japan being the lone exception. In six of the eight destinations, more than half of business travelers agreed or strongly agreed their overall business travel experience was enhanced by mobile apps provided by travel suppliers, event organizers and tourism bureaus (with the exception of Japan and Germany).

Millennials are indeed part of the technological movement. More than half of global millennials are “interested” or “very interested” in using mobile devices and other technology to find nearby hotspots (via GPS), keep track of expenses, organize expenses, keep track of rewards points, use rewards points for business travel transactions, coordinate business-related meals and travel, and record receipts.

On the other hand, many business travelers apparently don’t see a lot of value in social networking sites in certain instances, with the exception of business travelers from Brazil and Mexico. Less than 50 percent of business travelers in the U.S., Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan and the U.K. agreed or strongly agreed that social networking sites improve their ability to find reviews about suppliers, or meet up with friends or colleagues while traveling.

The report also delved into business traveler satisfaction across a variety of travel-related items.
In all, it looks like global travelers are generally satisfied when traveling for work. Across seven of the eight destinations featured in the report, 64 percent or more of business travelers were “satisfied” or “very satisfied” when it came to meeting all business goals for the trip, making travel arrangements, their hotel experience and their overall business travel experiences in the three months prior to being surveyed.

However, there are some unhappy business travelers. Japan, once again, was the exception, with only 47 percent of business travelers from Japan saying they were satisfied with their overall business travel experiences. The report noted that “lower satisfaction levels could be the result of cultural differences.”

Getting through airport security also tends to be an unsatisfactory experience for many business travelers around the world. Of course, more than half of global business travelers (55 percent) agreed or strongly agreed that they always feel safe when traveling, so you kind of have to pick your battles, so to speak.

The happiest business travelers overall?
That appears to be business travelers from Mexico. More than four in five Mexican business travelers (81 percent) said they are satisfied or very satisfied about their business travel experiences overall.
U.S. and Canadian business travelers appear to be among the world’s happiest when it comes to their business travel experiences overall (75 percent satisfied or very satisfied).
For the full Global Business Traveler Sentiment Index, click here.

Source: travelpluse

Ranking The Top Travel Rewards Programs

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U.S. News & World Report announced the 2015-16 Best Travel Rewards Programs on Tuesday, highlighting the best of the best in the airline and hotel industries.

For the first time ever, Alaska Airlines’ Mileage Plan was named the No. 1 airline rewards program in the United States by the national publisher. Meanwhile, Marriott Rewards grabbed the No. 1 spot for hotel loyalty programs for the third year in a row.

American Airlines’ AAdvantage, Southwest’s Rapid Rewards, JetBlue’s TrueBlue and Hawaiian Airlines’ HawaiianMiles rounded out the top five for airlines.

Wyndham Rewards, Best Western Rewards, Carlson Rezidor’s Club Carlson and IHG Rewards Club nipped at Marriott’s heels.

The annual list ranked 28 airline and hotel loyalty programs.

Airline programs were ranked based on the ease of earning a free round-trip flight, the number of ways members can earn and use points (other than for booking flights), whether or not points expire, flight coverage across regions around the world, the number and variety of award flights that can be purchased at a low cost using points or miles, the number of domestic flights the carrier operates and airline quality rating (based on the annual Airline Quality Rating report published by Dean Headley, of Wichita State University, and Brent Bowen, of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University).

Alaska Airlines was ranked strongly particularly because of its “generous elite membership benefits, ease of earning free round-trip flights and high network coverage,” according to the rankings.
Hotel programs were ranked based on: the ease of earning a free night’s stay, the number of ways members can earn and use points (other than for hotel stays), whether or not points expire, geographic coverage, the number of hotels in the rewards network and variety of hotel choices (programs that offered rewards across multiple hotel categories scored higher).

Marriott Rewards received top honors this year primarily because it offers “a variety of lodging types and price ranges, as well as relatively easy ways to earn free hotel nights and other benefits.”
“Many travel loyalty programs come with a string of caveats, making it challenging to maximize your rewards," said Liz Weiss, travel editor for U.S. News, via a release. “Our rankings highlight the programs that make it easy to earn free flights or hotel stays and offer plenty of reward options and perks that travelers value, such as upgrades, free checked bags and priority boarding access.”

Source: travelplus

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Cadillac Escalade Platinum Shines During Road Test

Cadillac Escalade Platinum Shines During Road Test

Ridiculous as it may sound, Cadillac Escalade Platinum has that sensibility one gets in a well-engineered sports car, that the vehicle is an extension of the driver. After scaling the not inconsiderable heights to its comfortable driver’s seat, a journey aided by an optional motorized running board that deploys when the door is opened, one acclimates quickly to a logically thought out driving position and controls.

 Source: lctmag

Tech Disrupting Corporate Business Travel Choices, Habits

Tech Disrupting Corporate Business Travel Choices, Habits

Leisure travelers have become used to controlling every step of a trip, from booking a flight or a car to making dinner reservations. Business travelers, less so; there has always been some corporate bean counter looking over their shoulders.
But that is changing.

The business travel market seems ripe for the kind of disruption that has transformed retailing, entertainment and other areas, offering technological solutions to make cumbersome transactions more intuitive and seamless.

 Source: lctmag

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Travel Leaders Call Out Airlines For Cutting Seat Capacity

Travel Leaders Call Out Airlines For Cutting Seat Capacity

WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow reacted to American Airlines’ announcement that it will slow its intended growth in total seat capacity — news that sent its shares four percent higher by Friday’s trading close — while at the same time reporting first-quarter profits that.

Get used to this because cause it's only getting worse, air travelers. Your only relief would be a chauffeured car waiting for you at your destination.

Source: lctmag

Monday, August 3, 2015

International visitors spend record amount in Brisbane

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Travel and Tour World: International visitors spend record amount in Brisbane

The number of international visitors to Brisbane has reached one million for the first time with expenditure hitting record highs, according to new tourism research.The latest International Visitor Survey from Tourism Research Australia revealed overseas visitors spent $1.7 billion in Brisbane in the year ended March 2015, up 10.8 per cent on the year before.

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said the survey revealed that total international visitor numbers increased by 7.2 per cent to one million while holiday visitors were up 10.3 per cent over the same period.“International visitor numbers and spending in Brisbane have reached record levels with expenditure more than doubling in ten years, from $802 million in 2005,” Cr Quirk said.

“Brisbane scored some impressive wins in our key international markets, with the number of visitors from China up 21.9 per cent in the year to March and the number of visiting New Zealanders increasing 6.3 per cent,” he said.“We also saw impressive growth from India, with visitor numbers rising 50 per cent.”

Cr Quirk said Brisbane’s hosting of the G20 Leaders Summit would have contributed to the rise in the number of international visitors.“Not only did the G20 attract thousands of delegates and media when it was staged, the world-wide exposure of Brisbane would have created more awareness of the city in international markets,” he said.

Source: International visitors spend record amount in Brisbane