JUNE 2010

A business trip tends to be relatively short, so naturally, we don’t need to pack a lot of things. However, a longer business trip is an entirely different story, as we need to take into a consideration a very important factor – our baggage weight.


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In the past, the limits on baggage allowances were simple, but today the things have become a bit more complicated. How? You can read about it in our cover story.

The more we know, the luckier we are. All other tips (and our hands-on impressions) you will find in our ‘Tried & Tested ‘ section where we describe the flights we took toSzczecin,Milan,Istanbul, andVienna.  Also, in the section our impressions on visits to several hotels: Radisson inSzczecin, Novotel inPoznań, Turkish Antalya and Marriott inWarsaw. Nowadays, hotels do not only offer rooms for a temporary stay. Interestingly enough, long-term suite rentals are also becoming more and more popular, as in case of Diana Residence featured in one of our articles.

The financial crisis is rattling the aviation sector, but those airlines who have taken appropriate measures are doing quite well. This is the conclusion you may draw after reading our features onMalev,Iberia, Air France KLM and Belgian Brussels Airlines. Also in this issue an interesting article about Goleniów Airport near Szczecin.

As regards short and long-distance trips, we recommend visits to Bilbo andHungary, as both these destinations seem ideal for corporate travelers. In Tunisiayou can enjoy thalassotherapy which will make you feel like a newborn. This also applies to the journey to Norwegian fjords aboard Celebrity Constellation , or a holiday in one of Club Med’s resort.

For dessert: a few features on technical novelties among photo cameras, a test-drive of the new Audi A5 Sportback, and something remarkable – an adrenaline pumping ride aboard a Frauscher motorboat.  You must experience that. Or, at least, read about it.


Robert Grzybowski, publisher of Business Traveller Poland