Your Favorite Frequent Business Traveler Articles for the First Half of 2012
In the first half of 2012, we gave you insider information on travel with tips on picking up a luxury car in Europe, how to avoid lines at airports, and which frequent flyer programs the most active of frequent flyers prefer.
You cast 50,000 votes for the Frequent Business Traveler GlobeRunner Awards and you told us what really bugs you in hotels and air travel.
These are the stories that really engaged you, from the latest on lie-flat seats to the newest BMW sedans to one of the best wristwatches in the world
Jonathan Spira reports on being pampered on a 15-hour flight.
Go to Europe, pick up a new car, drive it on the Autobahn, save a lot of money, and ship it home!
BMW takes away two cylinders but adds power and fuel economy.
Find out what we – and others – hate about hotels.
Our readers don’t like to wait. Here’s how to go to the head of the line.
Taking a flight? You might want to lie down. And here are the airlines where you can, and how it all started.
Jonathan Spira finds the time to rate this king of timepieces
The world’s largest passenger aircraft is one of the best places to get superb French cuisine.
The most frequent flyers in the world rate the airlines on the ease and cost of redeeming award flights.
Jonathan Spira takes his first-ever trans-Atlantic flight on a Delta aircraft.