Joe Brancatelli

Flying Fourth Class

What's cheaper than business class, but sometimes more comfortable to fly?

Beating Jet Lag

Jet lag is serious business for executives who travel around the globe. What you should know about prevention and cure.

Shuttle Scuttlebutt

The upcoming changes to Delta's East Coast shuttle sound like a good thing for business travelers, but this is just the latest sign that the service is in decline.

Fly the Unfriendly Skies

Terrorists just bombed two American targets overseas, including a business hotel. How to protect yourself from the modern nightmare.

Terminal Invasion

There will be new facilities at four major U.S. airports this year. In the short run, that's not great news for business travelers.

Food Fight

United learned the hard way about the power of in-flight dining. But the future of food service in the air is clear.

Inn Testing

What happens in a secret wing of an unassuming Hilton in Los Angeles?

What Not to Worry About

On the cusp of the fall season, it might seem like there's a lot to keep you concerned about business travel. Relax. Here's what shouldn't be causing anxiety.

A Run on the Bankers

Tourists don't keep the airlines humming-financiers do. What will happen as thousands find themselves out of a job?

The Miles Bye Club

Frequent-flier miles are becoming the Zimbabwean dollars of business travel-increasingly worthless.

No WiFi in the Sky

After years of deals, tests, business bungles, and hype, in-flight internet access has yet to take off.

Heartbreak Hotels

In many places, the hotel industry has too many rooms and too few guests. But the lodging overload could benefit travelers.

Don't Take a Flier on Airlines

Airline stocks took flight last week. Why $130-a-barrel oil won't save them, and how travelers can protect themselves.

Why High WiFi?

Solving the mystery of why some hotels provide free internet access, while others hit you with major fees.

Southwest's Seven Secrets for Success

The Texas airline stays profitable by keeping things simple: one plane, one class of service, one-way fares.