Its looking like I am about to get a new position with my company which will involve travel to various company sites in the U.S.
I currently don't travel for my company and so, am not terribly familiar with our travel policies or how flexible they are for planning. I do know there is a little flexibility with hotel selection.
What I'd like to know from the road warriors out there is:
Is there an airline with a consensus 'best' frequent flyer' program?
What are some key things to look for in those plans?
Same questions for hotels too - is there a 'best' frequent stay program and what do you look for?
One specific thing - my wife and I generally prefer to take the 'big' vacations abroad - especially Europe - so I'm thinking it would be good to find an airline/hotel with benefits which extend to the continent.
Any thoughts or suggestions?
Business travel veterans - advice please
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