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Executive Travel : Business Travel Notes

September 22, 1993|JOE BRANCATELLI

Carnival Air Lines is scheduled to begin nonstop flights between Los Angeles and Miami on Oct. 2. The service is part of a "code sharing" arrangement that is timed to connect with Iberia Airlines' flights from Miami to Latin American business destinations.

Wyndham Hotels is giving special perks to business travelers until Dec. 31. Included are room upgrades, double miles in the American AAdvantage frequent-flier program, a car upgrade from Hertz and a one-class upgrade on American Airlines.

Business travelers now have even fewer options when it comes to smoking in-flight. Effective Oct. 1, Taiwanese carrier Eva Air will ban smoking on short-haul flights in the Pacific, and the airline says it will eventually prohibit smoking on all routes.

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