February 2017A Cut Above: Premium economy debuts on more airlines. Experiencing unique hotels, Hong Kong rises to success, the new R&R, A chic alpine spa retreat and Getting a handle on travel disruption. Plus, the Consumer Electronics Show tops a half century.
In this issue...
Tried and Tested
Los Angeles (LAX) — Guangzhou (CAN) — full story »
Chicago — full story »
The number of carriers offering premium economy keeps on growing – but their products can vary considerably — full story »
Today’s business travelers expect unique hotel experiences, and hoteliers are only to happy to accommodate — full story »
Hong Kong’s name means Fragrant Harbor, but it owes as much to history as its famous waterfront — full story »
Vision 2030 is leading the emirate’s move to become an investment-friendly destination — full story »
Airports have become destinations in their own right. Here are some of the top contenders around the world — full story »
Travel disruptions are costly for everybody. But the industry is on the hunt for solutions — full story »
There’s plenty to explore in the cuisine and culture of Ethiopia’s high-altitude, big attitude capital city — full story »
A chic spa retreat, surrounded by Alpine scenery that inspired a literary legend, is a perfect stay to clear the mind — full story »
What’s shown in Vegas won’t stay in Vegas as the Consumer Electronics Show tops a half-century — full story »
Forget rest and relaxation – these days people are using vacation time to recharge and reboot their lives — full story »