Corporate Travel Management

Omega offers unique solutions to more effectively manage corporate travel, establish travel policy and save time and money. Services include: 24 Hour Service, Executive/VIP Travel Programs and Risk Management. More »

Strategic Meetings Management

Omega provides full-service and a la carte meeting management services. Hotel sourcing, contract negotiations, meeting planning, registration services an ground transport are some of the many solutions we provide. More »

Government Travel Solutions

Omega is a pioneer in government managed travel and is a federal government contractor; a designated DoD contractor; and an ETS2 and DTS support provider. Our travel specialists have expert knowledge of all things government. 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,, is the largest seller of cruises online. More »


Flight Disruptions to/from Germany and France

Passengers should expect flight disruptions – cancellations and delays – across several airports in Europe beginning Wednesday, April 27th due to a strike by the German labor union Verdi. Travel alerts have been issued by airlines and airports to advise

A-train to Denver International Airport

The first public run of trains on the eight station rail line between Union Station and Denver’s International Airport began on Friday, April 22nd and continued on Saturday. The train ride is twenty-three miles long, takes about thirty-seven minutes and

China Spends More than the United States on Business Travel

The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) recently released a report focused on corporate travel spending produced by the United States and China. The report states that China spent $1 billion more than the United States on business travel. Michael W.

U.S. Senate Passes the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2016

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization Act of 2016 was overwhelming passed by the Senate with a 95-3 vote and is now on its way to the House of Representatives. Part of the legislation will require airlines to refund air

The Olympic Torch

The Olympic Torch was lit in Olympia, Greece and has begun its journey to Rio De Janeiro, host for the upcoming Summer Olympic Games in August. At the lighting ceremony in Olympia, Arthur Nuzman, President of the Rio 2016 Organizing

Hotel Boom in Cuba

The National Plan for Economic and Social Development presented plans to add nearly 108,000 new hotel rooms in Cuba by 2030 to accommodate the influx of tourists. According to reports from government-sanctioned Cuban media outlets, the new construction projects also

Recent Survey Assesses State of the Travel Industry

The global market research company, Ipsos, recently conducted a survey to explore the state of the travel industry. The survey was online-based and included 3,019 adults. The survey highlighted five main findings: general satisfaction in the traveler population; more travelers

Treating Small Airports with Fairness Act Passed

The Treating Small Airports (TSA) with Fairness Act was passed last week. The bill calls for the restoration of TSA services to any airport that lost them after January 1, 2013. These airports must also have a guarantee from a

Delta Launches Multi-Sensory Room Dedicated to Children with Autism

Delta has launched a room dedicated to children who rank on the Autism Spectrum. The room will feature a multi-sensory experience including: a mini ball pit, bubbling water sculpture, a tactile activity panel and many other hands-on activities. Jon Edwards,

Fathom Sets Sail to the Dominican Republic

Fathom, Carnival Corporation’s impact cruise line, sent their first ship to set sail on April 17 for a week-long trip to the Dominican Republic. The ship, called Adonia, was issued a certificate of appliance to sail on April 16. Passengers