United Airlines expands customer relationship management system | United Airlines expands and improves lounge network | Ind. airports to receive $18M for improvements
October 19, 2017
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United Airlines expands customer relationship management system
United Airlines has announced that its customer relationship management system is now available to its sales force, as well as corporate and agency customers. The changes, expected to be completed in January, will streamline the airline's planning and communications with these clients.
The Company Dime (10/17) 
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United Airlines expands and improves lounge network
United Airlines is adding to its lounge menu, incorporating more gourmet dishes and local specialties. The carrier has also added new lounge locations in Houston, Atlanta and Los Angeles.
Forbes (10/17) 
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Ind. airports to receive $18M for improvements
The Indianapolis Airport Authority will issue $18 million in federal and state funding to central Indiana airports for infrastructure, security and sustainability improvements. Nearly $15 million will be used to improve runways and taxiways.
International Airport Review magazine online (10/17) 
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The Smarter Traveler
TSA's Pekoske promises better security, screening systems
The new head of the Transportation Safety Administration, David Pekoske, lists as priorities improving technology used at checkpoints, the security processes used in screening areas, and the TSA's partnerships with airlines and airports. Pekoske spoke with AAAE President and CEO Todd Hauptli on Tuesday.
YouTube (10/17) 
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TSA installs body scanners at US airports
TSA installs body scanners at US airports
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Body scanners are now in use at Lewiston-Nez Perce Regional County Airport in Lewiston, Idaho. The Transportation Security Administration has installed the scanners at multiple US airports over the past nine months.
KLEW-TV (Lewiston, Idaho) (10/17) 
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TRYP by Wyndham Dubai hotel invests in startup Nest Coworking
TRYP by Wyndham Dubai hotel is investing in Nest Coworking. The company provides members with access to coworking spaces and hotel amenities.
Hotels online (free registration) (10/16) 
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Refuel and Refresh
Denver's Le Meridien appeals to art lovers
Denver's newly opened Le Meridien hotel features more than 1,700 works of art from 20-plus artists.
Westword (Denver) (10/17) 
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Belmond builds reputation for luxury
Former Orient-Express license-holder Belmond has built up its own reputation for luxury with hotels such as Cape Town's Mount Nelson and Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro.
Skift (10/17) 
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