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STM Travel News - November 2016

November 9, 2016

Short's Travel News contains insightful news pieces to keep you informed in the travel industry. It will also keep you up-to-date with any new developments at Short's Travel. So read, enjoy, and share!

Short's strives for continuous improvement in its services and products to best serve its clients. Check out what's kept us busy this month!


Looking for a way to easily identify when you have multiple travelers on the same flight? Contact us today to learn more about Short's proprietary TwoPlus dashboard and how it can help your program with risk management, cost avoidance, and policy management.

New Travel Request Form

Short's recently enhanced its travel request form on TravelMATE, the online travel portal. This new form utilizes an enhanced, user-friendly interface and encompasses air, hotel, and car segments in one request. The new design helps travelers submit their travel requests efficiently and effortlessly.

A Look into 2017

Short's mission is to enhance the experience of getting there, being there, and coming home. Short's will strive to offer the best travel experience to our travelers in the coming year. Have a suggestion for ways we can make this happen? Submit it here.


U.S. Passport Changes are Coming

If you're among the 49 million Americans whose passports expire in the next few years, you need to know what passport changes are in store. More

Millennials are Now the Most Frequent Business Travelers

Young employees are traveling for business more than ever before, and their buying habits are completely different than their older peers. More

American Airlines Reveals New AAdvantage Perks

American Airlines is about to officially transition to its revenue-based loyalty program, and as January 1st approaches, the airline is releasing more details on how it works. More

Airbnb Business Growing Quickly Among Corporate Travelers

Airbnb usage showed strong growth over time, including the number of business travelers expensing Airbnb accommodations, which grew 44 percent year-over-year in Q2 2016. More

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