Incentive - May 2009 - (Page 64)

AWARDS Luggage: Size By Alex Palmer (and Style) Matters Last month, several airlines announced that they would be implementing new charges for checking bags, including US Airways’ adding a $5 surcharge to its fee for customers paying to check bags at the airport (rather than online) and Delta Air Lines’ plan to bring its second-bag fee to international travelers. Alaska Airlines said they would also be implementing a firstchecked-bag fee (see chart on page 66). All these additional costs for travelers are making an Tumi sport collection includes a number of smaller bags ideal for carryon W hen choosing luggage, travelers have traditionally been concerned about balancing practicality and style—selecting bags that are durable and are designed to hold all they need, while also being easy on the eyes. These priorities continue to be top of mind for luggage winners, but as more charges and restrictions are placed on what travelers take with them on flights, size (and weight) are beginning to matter all the more. 64 | Incentive | May 2009 |

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Incentive - May 2009

Incentive - May 2009
Editor’s Note
Cover Story
Incentive House Roundtable
Incentive Strategies
Travel News
Up and Coming Destinations
Florida Beaches
Marvelous Mexico
Size and Style Matter in Luggage, Leather
Dining Gift Cards
Gift Cards Aid Archdiocese’s Wellness

Incentive - May 2009