Written by travel writer and broadcaster Roger Collis, this is an insider's guide to surviving the crowded skies. It provides tips on everything the business traveller needs to survive, from beating jetlag to getting airline upgrades, plus how to combine business with pleasure and make the most of frequent flier miles. The book also examines issues such as airport congestion, the impact of information technology and concern over security matters.
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(215mm x 135mm x 20mm)
Kogan Page Ltd
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UK Kirkus Review »
Not all business travellers are alike. Some have massive expense accounts; others are on a tight rein, and it seems that the industries which cater for them - airlines, hotels, restaurants - have yet to work this out. Constructed from two years' amusing and informative columns in the International Herald Tribune, this is Collis's guide to modern corporate travel, from preparations (just how flexible do you have to be?) to perfecting the art of being out of touch while you're away, from the joys of the euro to the terror of lost luggage. If you're a frequent traveller, you'll be entertained and educated by this informed guide. (Kirkus UK)
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Author Biography - Roger Collis
Roger Collis has earned worldwide recognition as a business travel guru through his acclaimed 'The Frequent Traveler' and 'Ask Roger Collis' columns in the International Herald Tribune.