Business travel

Your company is sending you to a distant city to cultivate relationships with new clients as well as strengthen relationships with existing ones. But you have deep concerns—not concerns about the reason for the trip per se but rather about the traveling experience itself. Fortunately, traveling to a distant city can actually be a stress-free and enjoyable experience if you know which steps to take, according to travel expert Brian Ferdinand in a recent article.


In the recent article, Brian Ferdinand, the managing partner of SoBeNY and its parent company, CorpHousing Group, explains that having a set of travel “rituals” in place can help to ensure that you have a memorable, smooth, and comfortable travel experience. One of these rituals is to sign up for expedited TSA security passes if you plan to travel by air.

Today, air travel remains a popular travel option, as it allows you to get from one part of the United States to another area in a handful of hours. The challenge with this mode of travel, however, is that airports are often packed with individuals and their various travel items. However, if you invest in a security pass such as TSA PreCheck, which is a part of the administration’s Global Entry program, you can alleviate some of the stress that comes with navigating among throngs of people. With this program, you won’t be required to take off your shoes, light jacket, or belt. You also won’t have to worry about removing your 3-1-1 liquids or laptop from your bags.

Fortunately, this program can be found at over 200 airports featuring 37 airlines. Especially today, during the global COVID-19 pandemic, flying with the TSA PreCheck pass is a smart idea, as it will make it easier for you to steer clear of large numbers of individuals. This will make traveling even less stressful for you while enabling you to adhere to current health standards.


Another way to alleviate the stress that comes with traveling for business by air is to study the rules associated with going through TSA security. For instance, make sure that you understand what size your carry-on bag is supposed to be. The more you understand the rules, the more seamless your security check will be. This will not only help you but also benefit your TSA agent as well as the other travelers around you.