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Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 18, 2015

Business Travel | Gabe Zaldivar | November 18, 2015

Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 18, 2015

Secrets of Airline Super-Elite Status
Sneak into the luxury that is lavish travels and explore what you might be missing out on.
Source: Fortune

Now at JFK Airport: a Rolling Stones Bar Inside a Bunch of Old Plane Parts
Classic Rock fans can experience a truly rare nod to the Rolling Stones at JFK until December 30.
Source: Travel + Leisure


Transparent Airplane Walls May Be in Air Travel's Not-So-Distant Future
If you wanted to see something truly spectacular aboard airplanes, just wait until 2050. Hold your breath accordingly.
Source: Fortune

Google Maps releases tips for beating Thanksgiving traffic
Sadly, there is no perfect solution to Thanksgiving travel headaches. However, Google Maps has a figurative pain pill that should help a bit.
Source: Today

If you are looking for a way to ease the physical burden of constant business travel, perhaps think of it as an athlete might approach training. At least that’s what Peter Bregman found. Read more at Harvard Business Review

Travelers with an Android phone can now use Google Photos to free up massive and highly crucial space on your smartphone. Read more at The Verge.

Here’s an interesting report on automotive usage. It seems the advent of such services as Uber coupled with a decline in the will to own a car will see sales decline. However, experts expect a boom in how many miles you all drive. Read more at Fortune.

Lastly, Thrillist decided to get you the answers you really care about — asking flight attendants how you, um, charged travelers might join an exclusive club on the fly. You know which club we are talking about. Read More at Thrillist.


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