Corporate Travel Management

Omega World Travel offers unique business travel solutions for companies that want to more effectively manage corporate travel, establish travel policy and compliance, and ultimately save time and money. Services Include: 24 Hour Emergency Service, Online Booking Tools, Executive/VIP Travel Programs, Risk Management. More »

Strategic Meetings Management

Omega Meetings & Incentives can provide full-service and a la carte meeting management services. Hotel sourcing, contract negotiations, meeting planning, registration services, ground transport, and onsite staffing logistics are some of the many solutions we can provide. More »

Government Travel Solutions

Omega is a pioneer in government managed travel and is a federal government contractor under GSA Travel Services Solutions; a designated DoD contractor; and an ETS2 and DTS support provider. Our travel specialists have expert knowledge of government policies, procedures and regulations applying to government travelers, the military and government contractors including Fly America, per diems, and FTR. More »

University Managed Travel Programs

Omega has long standing relationship with local and national universities, handling sports programs, faculty, student and alumni travel since 1990 More »

Luxury Vacations

Omega creates leisure programs and luxury vacation packages for individuals and corporate clients to enhance employee benefit packages. Omega\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s sister company--Cruise.com, is the largest seller of cruises online. Book your next getaway with us. More »

Premier Partner: Hilton Worldwide

Hotel brands include Hilton Hotels & Resorts, DoubleTree by Hilton, Hilton Garden Inn and Hampton by Hilton More »

 

American, US Airways No Longer Doing Business with Orbitz

American airlines and its merger partner Us Airways will pull its fares from Orbitz beginning Sept. 1.  American said it could not come up with an agreement with Orbitz on a new contract.  “While our fares are no longer on

10 (Accidentally) Offensive Gestures Americans Make Abroad

When travelling internationally, it’s by default to assume that being polite by saying, “please” and “thank you” will suffice as a way to not offend anyone but it is always a good idea to read up on the other non-verbal

Iceland Lifts No Fly Restriction Over Volcano

On Sunday, Iceland  lowered its aviation alert level from red–the highest—to orange stating there was no imminent danger of the  Bardarbunga volcano erupting.  The risk level was raised to red after officials detected signs of a small eruption beneath a

Alaska Attracting Record Number of Tourists

From May 2013 to April of this year, Alaska hosted nearly two million out-of-state tourists, the most in its history. Commerce Commissioner Susan Bell credits the growth in the cruise business to Gov. Sean Parnell’s reduction of the state’s passenger

Premier Partner: Hilton Worldwide

Hilton London Hotels is offering complimentary Wi-Fi at 36 hotels across London to guests who book accommodations through Omega World Travel now through December 31, 2014. Hotel brands include Hilton Hotels & Resorts, DoubleTree by Hilton, Hilton Garden Inn and

Alitalia saved

Etihad Airways will buy almost half of Alitalia and invest nearly $745 million into the Italian airline in a deal signed last 8 August. The two airlines have been in talks for nearly a year. The final agreement was delayed

Two-thirds of US flyers have no favorite airline

The airline industry spends heavily to increase brand loyalty, yet the majority of American flyers do not have a preferred carrier. A new survey has found that 63% of customers did not express a preference for a specific airline and

American Airlines drops meals

Passengers expecting some kind of meal on American Airlines (AA) short haul flights from 1 September will find they are disappointed. The Dallas Texas-based carrier will stop serving free meals to First and Business Class passengers on flights shorter than

New App for International Travelers Arriving at Atlanta

Customs and Border Protection announced the launch of a pilot program at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, to allow eligible international travelers to use a free app to create a profile with their passport info via secure encryption. Passengers can submit their

Premier Partner: Air China

Air China Passengers from 51 countries can stay for up to 72 hours in 7 port cities, including Beijing and Shanghai, without a visa during their transfer in cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Shenyang, Dalian, Xi’an and Guilin