5 Ways for Business Travelers to Keep Health and Fitness Goals on Track

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It’s easy to neglect your health and fitness goals on business trips. Between sitting for hours on a plane, attending endless client dinners, and checking in and out of hotels, it can be hard to stay healthy. But it doesn’t have to be that way. With planning and discipline, you can keep your health goals on track — even if you’re on the road more than you’re at home.   Avoid changing your eating habits Suddenly changing your diet can have a huge impact on the way you feel, so try to stick to your normal eating habits when you’re … Continued

Quick Tips for Saving Money on Your Corporate Travel Program

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Business travel spending has steadily increased over the past couple of years. And it’s projected to keep growing. Corporate travel managers should be on the lookout for ways to save money without skimping on perks and amenities employees are accustomed to. Check these things off your list and start saving money on your corporate travel program. Encourage virtual meetings instead A foolproof way to save money on your corporate travel program is by encouraging employees to host virtual meetings instead. Skype, Slack video calls, and Google Hangouts are great options for more casual business conversations. WebEx, GoToMeeting, and Uberconference are … Continued

8 Guaranteed Ways to Make your Next Business Trip More Fun

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A business trip looms on your calendar. You pack the same clothes into the same suitcase. You board the “same” plane and drink the same ginger ale with ice. You go to the same meetings with the same clients. You sleep in the same mediocre hotel room. Rinse and repeat. Sound familiar? If so, you’re missing out on one very important part of business trips: the fun! Contrary to popular belief, business trips don’t have to be monotonous and boring. There are plenty of ways to inject a little fun into your next business trip — don’t hesitate to try … Continued

Work-Life Balance Tips for Frequent Business Travelers

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Working 80-some-odd hour weeks isn’t just a warning sign you could be at risk for serious health issues. It’s a strong indicator that you lack work-life balance. Cutting back on hours when you work in a traditional office might be challenging, but it’s a whole different story for business travelers. If you fall into the latter category, use these tips to turn off “work mode” during your trips. Use video chat to connect with loved ones Technology is a wonderful thing — embrace it! Rather than calling home daily, use video chat to see your family’s faces. This will help … Continued

Relaxing Places to Get Some Work Done at DIA

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Imagine this: you’ve arrived at the gate just in the nick of time, when an announcement comes over the intercom that your flight’s been delayed. So you figure you might as well pull out your computer and see what’s new on Slack. Or how about this: you’ve arrived at the airport early, excited to sneak in an episode of your favorite Netflix show, when you get a call from work with a fire to put out. Whatever the case, you’ve got some time to kill and some work to do. Fortunately, at Denver International Airport, there’s no need to fight … Continued

Business Travel Trends to Watch in 2018

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Corporate travel is constantly changing, and 2018 will be no exception. With the technology industry booming, the economy becoming increasingly global, and Millennials entering their traveling years, the business travel industry will have to adapt. Here are the business travel trends to watch this year. Live chats on travel sites While the days of driving down to the local travel agency to book a trip might be long gone, many people still want the support of a real human when making travel arrangements. The solution in today’s digital marketplace? Live chat. Shifting back to human-centric communications might prove to be … Continued

ParkDIA’s Top 5 Articles of 2017

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From family travel tips to bleisure travel and airport parking, it’s been a blast sharing our travel insights with you this year. So as 2017 comes to a close, we want to share our most popular posts from this past year. The winners are… 1. 7 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Get for Free at Your Hotel Everyone knows you can get a free toothbrush at the hotel if you leave yours behind. But did you know some hotels offer free Happy Hour? How about transportation around town? Check out this post for the complete list of (free) surprises your … Continued

4 Tips for Hassle-Free Holiday Travel

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Between shopping for gifts, prepping meals big enough for an army, and navigating the sometimes-dangerous waters of family chatter, holiday travel can feel like just another hassle. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to make sure your holiday trip isn’t a burden (it might even be fun!). Keep these tips in mind to ensure a smooth journey.   1. Plan your route ahead of time It doesn’t matter if you’re traveling by plane, train, or automobile: all travel is busy during the holidays. With that in mind, make sure to plan your travel route and share it with your “co-pilot” ahead … Continued

Flying with Kids? 11 Ways to Keep Them Happy (and Save Your Sanity)

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Flying with kids is not a walk in the park. Babies cry, toddlers get restless, and even older kids can get bored out of their minds on airplanes. It’s not pleasant for the kids, for you, or for your fellow passengers. But thanks to technology, airline customer service, and a few old tricks, there are plenty of ways to make flying fun. 1. Entertainment Providing in-flight entertainment for your kids is a no-brainer. iPads, streaming services, and fun apps make it a breeze to keep children still and occupied… at least for a while. Before you depart, download some of … Continued

The Best Sites to Find Cheap Flights

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According to the FAA, 2,587,000 people fly in and out of U.S. airports every single day. That’s a lot of flying going on. And while airports and airlines work toward increasing efficiency in the security lines and offering more in-flight accommodations, there’s still a major sticking point: cost. If you’re a bargain hunter, you probably love the challenge of finding great flight deals. Fortunately, there are plenty of online tools to help you in your search. Here are some of our favorites. Google Flights Google Flights is flexible, easy to use, and packed with features to help you find great … Continued

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