Posted by: traveloneinc | June 16, 2017

Marriott Introduces 48 Hour Cancellation Policy

Marriott Corporation announced it is increasing the minimum standard cancellation deadline from 24 to 48 hours for reservations made on/after June 15, 2017 for properties in US, Canada, Caribbean, and Latin America.  If a booking isn’t cancelled prior to this time, travelers will be charged a fee equal to one night room rate plus any taxes and fees.

Limited exceptions will be made for Platinum members, weather-related disruption, and at the hotel’s discretion.  Additionally, contracted corporate rates with their own cancellation policy will not see a change in 2017.  However, changes to the corporate agreements could be seen in the 2018 pricing season.  Group cancellation policies are based on the group reservation contract.

Please contact your Travel One Account Manger or Travel Agent if you have any questions.

Posted by: traveloneinc | April 21, 2017

MSP Airport Construction Alerts

Construction Alerts – Reimagine MSP

Terminal 1 Inbound Roadway Night Closures

In order to accommodate work on the hotel skyway, each night, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Friday, April 28 through Sunday, April 30, the inbound roadway at Terminal 1-Lindbergh will be shutdown and detours put in place.

The diagram illustrates where motorists will be directed during these times.

Off Highway 5, all Terminal 1 motorists (including commercial and public transit vehicles) will be directed to take the Post Road exit. Look for the road signs along the way, which will direct you to your ultimate destination – parking, rental car return, pick up or drop off. Motorists can expect a 5 to 10-minute delay getting to Terminal 1 during these times – particularly during the early morning hours of 3:00-5:00 a.m. when early flights are scheduled.

Posted by: traveloneinc | March 24, 2017

Top New Reasons to Use a Real Travel Agent

Travel Agent Magazine March 20, 2017


For the other 9 reasons you should use a travel agent Click here


Due to Spring Break, the airport parking at both terminals, Park N Fly,  and Park ‘N Go, are filling up. Plan ahead to ensure you have a place to park by making reservations.

Click HERE to go to the Minneapolis St Paul Airport website for up-to-date parking availability levels and sign up for Sure Park alerts.

Click HERE for Park N’ Fly, and HERE for Park ‘N Go.

Posted by: traveloneinc | November 29, 2016

Non-union workers strike at Chicago’s O’Hare airport

CHICAGO, Nov. 29 (UPI) — Service personnel at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport will hold a strike and rally in support of a wage increase Tuesday, union officials said.

Non-unionized janitors, baggage handlers, cabin cleaners and wheelchair attendants are expected to participate in a “Day of Disruption” organized for 20 airports across the country by the Service Employees International Union, which is supporting the strikers. The Chicago Department of Aviation said it does not expect the work stoppage to affect flights.

For full article click here

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