Executive Travel Magazine

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May/June 2012

Is Glamour Making a Quiet Comeback in Air Travel?

There’s a glimmer of glamour in the travel experience today, especially for the premium passenger.

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Developing a client base in Paris requires cultural awareness from business travelers.

These high-flying designs pay homage to the glamorous days of air travel. Each one makes a great gift for the aviation enthusiast on your list.

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Few cities’ restaurant cultures surprass the farm-to-table dining in Portland, Oregon.

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Some airlines’ business strategies include an emphasis on glamour.

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Maintaining its 1K status shows United was listening.

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Autopilot’s widespread use means pilots need simulator training to keep their edge.

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Experience global travel’s cachet when you head to one of these glamorous hotspots.

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Companies—including airlines—are working hard to build glitz and glamour into the customer experience.

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Here’s how a destination meeting can capture the complete attention of attendees.

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A black sheep mentality can lead to big breakthroughs for an organization, especially when executed in little bets.

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These travel accessories and services will help make your flying stressfree, and even luxurious.

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Taking a sabbatical—even for a short time—yields big benefits.

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Beyond the Hollywood scene, Korn/Ferry’s CEO finds a low-key Los Angeles.
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Kick off the shoes and run the way experts say you were born to: barefoot.

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