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  2. So I'm at a place now where I'm starting to travel more with the senior guys to meetings (the books need to get there somehow). They are pro-travelers: Tumi bags, mobile travel apps, premier status on various airlines, Global Entry / TSA Pre-che ...

    60 comments21 Sep 2015 -

  3. A lot of WSO readers will find themselves in consulting, and a major part of a management consultant's life is air travel. I was thinking about this last week on the train from Paris to Frankfurt. I absolutely detest air travel and wouldn't care ...

    63 comments11 Apr 2012 -

  4. Business Air Travel. Whether you work in IB, PE, HF, Sales, Real Estate Development or a F500 role, travelling for your job soon becomes one of the realities of life. Those of us who have done it extensively will know that travelling for business is a who ...

    68 comments25 Oct 2013 -

  5. Oh. My. GOD. This has been a long time coming. What would you say if I told you that you could have an unlimited number of flights on a private jet between a handful of airports in your state for just $1,000 per month? Before you answer, what if I told yo ...

    44 comments7 Jun 2012 -

  6. Good news, everyone! A new service is developing, along the lines of Lyft and AirBnB for private flights. The start-up, AirPooler, matches up private pilots with customers to ferry them back and forth among small regional areas for prices that are competi ...

    18 comments9 Apr 2014 -

  7. Hi everyone, I'm really interested in knowing how finance/consulting guys like you plan their travels especially which travel search engine you use and why? If you could also state your country of residence as I know that certain sites are more popul ...

    10 comments29 Nov 2018 -

  8. Best airline for flying out of NYC

    Management Consulting

    I'll be starting my FT consulting gig here in a couple of weeks, and obviously want to soak up the periphery benefits of frequent travel. For traveling out of NYC, who do you guys recommend I travel with? American, Delta, United, US Air? I've he ...

    22 comments14 Aug 2013 -

  9. I'm about to move to NYC for b-school and am planning on having to travel back to the midwest a bunch while I'm there, and also expect to be traveling for work after graduating. NYC monkeys that travel a bunch for work, do you use Southwest a lo ...

    13 comments10 Mar 2015 -

  10. I realize M-Th travel is pretty much guaranteed in big cities outside of NYC for post-MBA (right?), but is it the same right out of undergrad? If so, are there often long periods in between projects where its common to work in the home office? thanks! air ...

    14 comments8 Jun 2013 -

  11. Oliver Wyman travel policy

    Management Consulting

    Considering an offer to lateral into OW at an experienced / senior level. Had a question about their travel policies. I hope to not have to travel coast-to-coast every week, but realistically will be doing this somewhat frequently. Getting the sense that ...

    5 comments6 Nov 2019 -

  12. Travel for NYC/Boston Locations

    Management Consulting

    I read on an outdated thread that consultants in areas such as New York and Boston travel less than usual in terms of flights, especially if they pick an industry relevant to the city (such as finance) compared to oil and gas (where you'd be flying t ...

    8 comments10 May 2013 -

  13. Bain & Travel

    Management Consulting

    I've read here and in some books that Bain tends to travel less than BCG and McKinsey and while that has been changing the past few years, a strong number of Bain travels for 1-3 days per week rather than 4-5 days per week. I've also read that B ...

    5 comments12 Apr 2019 -

  14. Hello everyone, I'm going to be graduating in a year with a Bachelors in Investment Analysis and Real Estate Analysis from Colorado State University. Apparently, the business school there is ranked in the top 10% but I know its not the most prestigio ...

    4 comments8 Apr 2018 -

  15. Wanted to know how you guys explore a city that you've never been to before. I'm in Vegas right now, having fun. Yes, there's casinos and gambling, but I don't like to fall into the typical tourist traps. I'm trying my best to liv ...

    2 comments18 Nov 2016 -

  16. Whether it be for business or leisure, booking flights and trips can be time-consuming and expensive. Travel websites allow you to make comprehensive fare comparisons and ensure that you travel for the right cost and at the right time without compromising ...

    27 Apr 2017 -