Changes to TSA Pre-Check Program

The latest news on the TSA blogosphere outlines changes to the TSA’s PreCheck program and describes how changes could impact you and your experience with airport security. More »

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 »


Gloria’s Corner: How Omega Handles Weather-Related Emergencies

Facing the ‘Blizzard’ of 2016 caused a mix of emotions in travelers; frustration, anxiety, fear and uncertainty- to name a few. Fortunately for Omega travelers, Omega’s team was right there to lend a helping hand to fix itinerary changes, rebookings,

Emirates Refutes New Claims from Partnership for Open & Fair Skies

The Partnership for Open & Fair Skies, the lobby organization for the three largest American airlines- American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines, has just released a report reiterating their claim that Arab airlines are costing American airlines money

Complimentary Snacks Now Offered by Top 3 U.S. Airlines

Two major U.S. airlines are reintroducing complimentary snacks. This Monday, United Airlines brought back free snacks to economy class. American Airlines also made a similar announcement Monday. Delta Air Lines never stopped providing snacks. The significance of this gesture is

United Introduces First U.S. Flight to Singapore

United Airlines is set to debut nonstop flights from San Francisco International Airport to Singapore’s Changi Airport. The new service will begin in June 2016. United is the first and only airline that offers nonstop flights from the US to

WHO Declares a Public Health Emergency for Zika, Microcephaly and Other Neurological Disorders

The World Health Organization (WHO) has classified the Zika Virus an international public health emergency in combination with microcephaly and other neurologic disorders. According to WHO’s Director-General, Dr. Margaret Chan, preventing travel and/or trade are not legitimate mechanisms to prevent

Delta Now Offers WiFi on All Transatlantic Routes

Delta Air Lines will now offer high-speed WiFi access on all transatlantic flights including: routes between the United States and the UK, mainland Europe, Israel and West Africa. Nat Pieper, Delta Senior Vice President for Europe, Middle East and Africa

United Airlines to Begin ‘Exclusive Assistance’ Service

United Airlines will begin offering VIP Service at several airport locations. United Exclusive Assistance offers priority check-in, curbside meet-and-greet, expedited screening services, escort service to the departure gate, and for an additional charge, United Club access. Currently, this special concierge

Norwegian Cruise Line Investing in Major Upgrade

Norwegian Cruise Line will begin upgrading their ships and services in a new effort called The Norwegian Edge. The cruise line will be investing $400 million into the program that will enhance the existing fleet, culinary menus, travel destinations and

Blizzard 2016 Wreaks Less Havoc Than Expected

It has been reported that since the beginning of the blizzard, 13,000 flights have been cancelled. Despite this overwhelming number, the industry was not hit as hard as it appears. According to business travel expert Joe Brancatelli, less people fly

AATTP Organizes Opposition of Privatized Air Traffic Control

Several travel industry groups have organized an association to oppose the privatization of U.S. Air Traffic Control (ATC). Americans Against Air Traffic Privatization (AAATP) said that it will present a document with over 130,000 signatures to Congress. AATTP spokeswoman Julia