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December 2012/January 2013

December 2012/January 2013

2012 World's Best in Business Travel, Hidden jewel of Arabia, The art of the slopes, Senses of Vancouver and Meetings in Osaka. Plus, Tech gift giving ideas

In this issue...

Tried and Tested

United Airlines Global First

London Heathrow — Chicago O’Hare — full story »


Hotel check: Kerry Hotel Pudong

Shanghai — full story »


Special Reports

2012 World’s Best In Business Travel

2012 World’s Best In Business Travel

For nearly a quarter century, Business Traveler readers have always picked the winners in travel — full story »


Handling Baggage

Handling Baggage

Research shows lost bags are one of the business traveler’s biggest headaches. Is a remedy on the way? — full story »


Destinations

Singapore Changi

Singapore Changi

The Lion City’s airport is a high-end haven and an insight into the soul of a nation — full story »


4 Hours in Rome

4 Hours in Rome

Well into its third millennia, the Eternal City continues to burn bright — full story »


Hidden Jewel of Arabia

Hidden Jewel of Arabia

Qatar is positioning itself for continued, sustainable and balanced growth on the global stage — full story »


Meet in Osaka

Meet in Osaka

The Japanese city offers a winning combination of rich culture and top facilities — full story »


Senses of place

Senses of place

Canada’s west coast city of Vancouver is liveable, lovely and great to explore on foot — full story »


Lifestyle

Pixel Perfect Gifts

Pixel Perfect Gifts

From Retina displays to rice cookers, there’s a holiday gizmo for just about everyone — full story »


Global Gifts

Global Gifts

Giving gaffes and perfect presents — full story »


The Art of the Slopes

The Art of the Slopes

The urge to ski dates back to prehistoric times. Today there’s nothing primitive about it. — full story »






TOP SECTIONS »

Allied forces

Allied forces

Even as member airlines reshuffle the alliance deck, the focus turns to the ground game
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Opening Up in Europe

Opening Up in Europe

While the Eurozone’s economies send mixed signals, investments in the Continent’s luxury hotels are paying off
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Cutting loose

Cutting loose

Bluetooth, WiFi, NFC and inductive charging all spell the end of plugs and cables
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