MORE THAN JUST NEWS: TRAVEL INTELLIGENCE
JoeSentMe posts hard-hitting, exclusive travel intelligence especially written and edited for business travelers. The mainstream media sometimes report facts of interest to business travelers, but only JoeSentMe explains it all and puts in into perspective for people who live their lives on the road.
THE TACTICAL TRAVELER WEEKLY BRIEFING|
The Tactical Traveler is Joe’s weekly briefing for business travelers. It's a carefully targeted collection of inside info, advice, analysis, tips, breaking news and fresh insight about life on the road. Because Joe knows your time is valuable, he keeps the reports tight and focused. It whittles down an entire week of developments and news about life on the road into about 1,000 words. No one does it as fast, as thoroughly or as pointedly as Joe. Want to see how he does it? Check out the sample briefings below.
BREAKING NEWS DELIVERED TO YOUR MAILBOX
- THE JANUARY 11, 2008 BRIEFING: Big Six merger talk makes a comeback; airfares rise again, even in Hawaii; gain some, lose more at the smaller airports; the skies open and British Airways dips its toe in; Southwest slashes its checked-bag allowance; watch out for possible strike action at Qantas; Citibank raises international ATM fees; and more.
- THE MARCH 6, 2008 BRIEFING: US Airways goes from worst to first the Mussolini way; get ready for the Heathrow land rush; JetBlue and AirTran connect the dots; Singapore Air gives Up on executive economy; Continental shuffles its flights at Newark; ATA drops flights at Midway Airport; Delta Air Lines starts flagging carry-ons; and much more.
Whenever the news demands it, Joe delivers E-mail Alerts directly to JoeSentMe.com members. Whether it's a fast-breaking, short-term fare sale, a security situation or even a weather system that will cause schedule disruptions, Joe is committed to getting it to the readers immediately. To read Joe's March 15, 2005, news alert,