Insider Report 7/9/2020

This week we are excited to announce our new charter service, AirUps! We also take a deep dive into the safety standards for business travel, traveling to the UK, and Marriotts new cancelation policy.

Welcome to the weekly National Travel newsletter!  This week we are excited to announce our new charter service, AirUps!  We also take a deep dive into the safety standards for business travel, traveling to the UK, and Marriotts new cancelation policy. We have our office open 24/7 so if there are any questions or thoughts we can help with feel free to give us a call or respond to this email!   


CHARTER FLIGHTS ON YOUR SCHEDULE!

 National Travel is proud to announce our latest service upgrade, AirUps!  We have developed a network of charter operators that allow our clients to book a personal flight to and from anywhere. Aircraft ranging from executive turboprops to full-size jets, you will get to your destination in comfort and style.  These flights will operate on your schedule, be incredibly easy to book, and are surprisingly affordable!

Most major airlines have pulled many of their flights from the small and medium-sized cities due to the drop in demand from the Coronavirus, so the charter companies are the natural solution to this new lack in available flights.   A private charter is also guaranteed to be clean and sanitary as opposed to the crowded commercial flights.   

Our Easy Booking Process!
Call us with your requested flight details
Within 60 minutes we will provide you with quotes
Arrive at the airport and go straight to your flight!

Amazingly Affordable!
Price is based on flat aircraft rate per hour
The more travelers the less cost per person
Can use as a bare taxi service or add on additional amenities for comfort. 

Marriott Updates Cancellation Policy
     In response to constant travel changes due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Marriott International Hotels had previously modified their cancellation policies to allow for guests to cancel any future bookings up until 24 hours prior to arrival without penalty, including bookings with prepaid rates.  As of July 5th, this policy has now expired.  Travelers will still be able to cancel new bookings up to 24 hours prior to arrival without a penalty, but only for stays between July 6th and September 30th, 2020. Bookings with prepaid rates may also no longer be included in this policy depending on the policies of the individual property.  
Americans in Europe   

While the European Union member countries are not accepting most American travelers, countries within the United Kingdom are open with some restrictions.  Travelers arriving in the UK will be r

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