Category Archives: air travel

>Working Abroad – Business Travel 2012?

> American Express’ annual Global Business Travel Global Forecast says airfares and hotel costs will rise, as will doing business in Asia and Latin America as opposed to North America and Europe. Despite a series of fragile economies, costs are … Continue reading

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>Working Abroad – Packing Tips and Know-how

> Great article on ‘ packing tips from travel pros’ click here www.nytimes.com/2010/05/06/business/06PACK.html At expatknowhow we advise the following: Be clear on the type of trip you are taking and therefore what may be needed – location/weather type/air-conditioning/walking/entertaining/health needs etc…..  Plan the … Continue reading

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>Packing for a trip abroad

>Are you preparing for a trip abroad?Do you have limited luggage allowance or space?Then you need to go to this below link to find useful packing know-how:www.expatknowhow.com/menus/main.asp?PN=Packing If you have your own useful tips and know-how on packing for a … Continue reading

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>Travel advice

>I recently had an article posted on the online magazine – Executive Traveller.This magazine has lots of useful info and tips about travel. Places to stay, deals to be had, tips for travel, etc….Go and take a look -http://www.executivetraveller.net/For those of … Continue reading

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>How to avoid Jet Lag

>To follow on with my recent theme of air travel and IT. I recently read this great article about jet lag on the LinkedIn Global Worker Group: ‘American mathematicians are working on a new software that could potentially halve the number of … Continue reading

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