A month of the US and UK electronics ban has witnessed outcry over safety concerns, contemplation over expanding ban implementations, and airline fallout.
Last week, the United States and the United Kingdom issued airline security policies that shook the business travel community: electronic devices larger than a smart phone would no longer be allowed in carry-on luggage. The US enacted its new security … Continued
Do you fly Delta Airlines? Have you downloaded the latest version of their app? I must say, I travel a variety of airlines, but every time I fly Delta I’m really impressed with their app. It includes the usual features … Continued
Girl’s Inc., formerly known as Girls Clubs of America, provides education, literacy, fitness violence prevention, leadership and safety programs encouraging and helping girls to achieve their potential. Elaine Osgood, ATTG’s founder and CEO, has a personal connection to Girl’s … Continued
My Journey to SitStayRead(.org) By Barbara Bammer (Online Product Manager at Atlas Travel & Technology Group) This is my dog Hydrox and I think he’s super cool. In mid-2010 I adopted him from an organization called PAWS (Pets Are Worth … Continued
Mark Bresnahan, the Vice President and General Manager of Prime Numbers Technology (PNT), and Mike Sciarretta, Business Development Developer at Atlas Travel, had the pleasure of attending the New England Supplier Chain Conference & Educational Exhibition, also known as NESCON. … Continued
The first Thanksgiving celebration can be traced back to Plimouth Plantation in 1621 when the Pilgrims invited the Native Americans for a feast to celebrate a successful harvest. This was a 3 day feast back then and included a menu … Continued
Sunday, September 25th the Atlas Travel Flyers took off on the Boston Marathon route participating in the 2016 Jimmy Fund Walk! This was the second consecutive year that Atlas’ employee-run Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, ReachOut, has taken part in the … Continued