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 »

 

Hanoi, the Ascending Dragon

Our journey began as we departed for Seoul en route to Hanoi, Vietnam. The fourteen hour flights was long but after three movies and a sleeping pill we arrived at our interim destination feeling relatively refreshed. After searching for our

Amenities abound for new generation of cruise ships

By Gloria Bohan - The Quantum of the Seas, a 4,180-passenger, 1,141-ft. long vessel, is set to be launched in November by Royal Caribbean. It will be the Royal Caribbean’s largest ship. A sister ship, Anthem of the Seas, will

Networking Magazine – Gloria Bohan Featured

From a 400-square-foot space in a house in Fredericksburg, Virginia, in 1972 to an international travel industry giant now billing annually more than $1 billion in trips and $50 million in revenue, Omega World Travel (OWT), an award-winning leader in

Exclusive Early Look: Royal Caribbean’s ‘Quantum of the Seas’

Recently, I was invited by Royal Caribbean to tour their newest ship Quantum of the Seas as it receives its finishing touches in the Meyer Werft shipyards in Germany. The 167,800 ton ship will accommodate over 4900 passengers and is

Premier Partner:  Hilton World Wide’s Operation: Opportunity

Hilton Worldwide has launched Operation: Opportunity–a major initiative to provide extensive support to United States military veterans and their families, including the hiring of 10,000 veterans at the company within the next five years.  To strengthen its military recruitment outreach,

Delta Refinery Paying Off

Delta Keeps Climbing! For airlines, the biggest cost of doing business is jet fuel. Delta took a novel risk in April of 2012 and bought an oil refinery for $150 million. Since then, the Pennsylvania refinery has expanded production of

Regional Airlines Could Hike Fares

For passengers traveling between smaller cities and large hub airports, the ticket may say Delta, American or United, but they’re likely flying on a regional airline whose planes display the major carrier’s colors. This arrangement helps the big airlines pack

Southwest Debuts New Look

Southwest unveiled a new look for its fleet of 680 aircraft, a new logo, typeface and website. The redo reflects the carrier’s successes since 2010 – modernizing its fleet; acquiring AirTran Airways; starting international flights and achieving record profitability. The

Our Travel Expectations Have Fallen

Incredible customer service and travel used to be somewhat synonymous. Not anymore. When Chris Nicholson flew from Seattle to San Francisco recently and a flight attendant offered him the entire can of ginger ale instead of just a cup, he

Revealing the Secret Compartments of Airplanes

Commercial airlines have gotten really good at providing really comfortable, pleasurable and stylish amenities for passengers. Although many times you can see the galley where the flight attendants “hang out,” there are often secret crew rest areas, hidden in compartments at