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After Hours Emergency Assistance (24 Hours) $20.00 fee applies
(800) 251-9047 Domestic
(865) 777-1600 International (collect calls accepted)
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(800) 251-9047
M - F, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. CT

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Concur Travel Online Tutorials

The following interactive links provide information about navigating Concur Travel.

Updating Your Travel Profile
Booking a Flight
Booking a Hotel
Booking a Car
Changing a Purchased and Ticketed Trip

Important Reminders:

Please be sure to review and update your profile. Select "Personal Information" from the "Profile" menu, click any "save" button on the profile page to save all of your changes. Verify your name matches the government ID you will be using when you travel.

For visa and passport services through World Travel click here. Additional fees apply.

December 19, 2017

From The New York Times:

What Does Your Airfare Actually Buy?
As airlines charge more for amenities that used to be included in base fares, it is harder to know which ticket to get.


October 25, 2017

Real ID Act Information:

September 14, 2017

A New Surprise Airline Fee: The gate-service fee, a charge tied to Basic Economy fares. [pdf]

August 31, 2017

Click to learn about Enterprise/National One Two Free Promotion through February 28, 2018

June 7, 2017

SpotHero discount parking and Uber Business profile info.

May 31, 2017

Delta – New Upgrade Policy

Travelers on Delta now can buy upgrades as separate purchases after making reservations. Regardless of where they bought their ticket, travelers can upgrade to Delta Comfort+, First Class or Delta One as an ancillary purchase through the Delta website or the carrier's reservations phone line. They also can use different cards; for example, a traveler whose company policy does not allow upgrades could use a corporate card for the flight and a personal card for an upgrade... more

April 25, 2017

Southwest is rolling out a new system effective May 9, 2017.  I recommend that you read the FAQ’s and understand some of the changes that Southwest will be implementing. 

EXAMPLE: Modifying a fully refundable fare (Business Select® or Anytime) will result in the fare becoming nonrefundable. To ensure your new ticket is refundable, cancel your existing reservation, request a refund of the refundable balance, and create a new reservation. Nonrefundable fares may be applied toward future travel on Southwest Airlines® for the originally ticketed Passenger only.

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