Corporate Travel News

So you can focus on the task at hand, Martin Corporate Travel publishes a monthly newsletter so you can quickly scan the latest industry trends and news. Here you'll find the articles featured in those newsletters, and many articles tailored to our corporate travelers. When it comes to corporate travel, Martin knows.

More Airlines Require Passengers To Wear Face Masks

On May 4, Delta and United began requiring passengers to wear face masks. Frontier's policy goes into effect on May 8, and American on May 11.

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Hotel Companies Publicize Detailed Plans for New Cleanliness Protocols

Hospitality companies are laying out new health and cleanliness best practices as they prepare for lifted travel restrictions and reopening of businesses.

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Real ID Deadline Pushed Back to 2021

The enforcement deadline for REAL ID has been pushed back to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced on Thursday. DHS said there will be a 12-month delay, extending the deadline for states to comply until Oct. 1, 2021, as states across the country are temporarily closing or restricting access to DMVs.

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How Will You Know When It’s Safe to Travel Again?

Many avid travelers may be wondering when they can start traveling again. The decision ultimately comes down to when medical experts say we have sufficiently succeeded in flattening the curve, and when businesses and local governments think it’s safe to start opening back up for business. Here are some of the things you can expect to happen before travel can be a possibility.

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