Executive Travel Magazine
Old cities, new ways
Europe is familiar ground to most business travelers, but here everything old is new again.
The geography of the European Union has expanded over the last decade, and its economic landscape has also shifted. Business opportunities still exist in the EU, but many have migrated from region to region. Our goal for this issue of Executive Travel is to present an update for business travelers—a challenging task when discussing a continent that considers itself a union but consists of member states with different cultures, varied economies and an array of languages.
No matter your level of culinary skill, Europe has sizzling opportunities for your next cooking-school vacation.
The problems facing carriers on the continent are very different from those confronting U.S. airlines.