This Month in Travel News – January 2019

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Shutdown Increasing Corporate Travel Risks

Several weeks into the government shutdown, the industry ponders the short and long-term impact on the business travel segment.

Will longer lines drain your road warriors? Are there additional risks associated with understaffed TSA and air traffic control professionals? The longer the shutdown continues, does your risk increase?

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Business Travel Mobility Becomes a Focus for Lyft

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Marriott Announces Bonvoy

Marriott unveiled the new name for their combined loyalty program, Bonvoy, and will adopt the name and brand from February 13. Read more »