Airlines enable flexible rebooking ahead of winter storm | TSA preparing to screen 25M travelers over Thanksgiving holiday season | Alaska Airlines partners with The Riveter for mutual benefits
 
November 15, 2018
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Airlines enable flexible rebooking ahead of winter storm
Airlines are offering complimentary flight changes as a winter storm bears down on the American Northeast and Midwest.
USA Today (11/15) 
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TSA preparing to screen 25M travelers over Thanksgiving holiday season
The Transportation Security Administration is getting ready to screen an estimated 25 million passengers between Nov. 16 and Nov. 26. The agency is adding 80 canines and 1,200 TSA officers to help keep lines moving smoothly.
The Examiner (Washington, D.C.) (11/13) 
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Alaska Airlines partners with The Riveter for mutual benefits
Alaska Airlines is partnering with co-working space provider The Riveter to offer their customers mutual benefits, including premium lounge privileges and access to co-working spaces. The airline, dubbed "the Official Airline of the Future of Work," will also provide mileage credits for The Riveter's members.
GeekWire (11/13) 
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Airport vending machines offer range of merchandise beyond snacks
Airport vending machines are offering a range of products, including books, makeup, winter wear and fresh local foods. The machines let merchants sell to travelers without renting airport storefronts.
The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (11/14) 
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Beverly Hills Hotel has room for different work styles
An employer may need to lobby on behalf of an employee who achieves exceptional results but doesn't conform to some requirements, writes Edward Mady, general manager of The Beverly Hills Hotel. "They have different motivations and working styles, which allows them to make unique contributions to the organization's goals," he writes.
Fast Company online (11/14) 
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Conrad Washington taking bookings ahead of Feb. opening
The Conrad Washington, D.C., is on track to open in early 2019, and the 360-key property is now taking bookings. The hotel is part of the CityCenterDC development.
Travel Weekly (11/13) 
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