As he planned a June 2007 Allstate Insurance Co. incentive trip to the Caribbean, Mark Mosley thought long and hard about his group's flight arrangements. His final conclusion: Between the sky-high fares and the many inconveniences now associated with air travel, it made more sense to charter three planes for the 700 attendees than to book with a commercial airline. “We haven't done that since 1996,” says Mosley, senior manager at the Irving, Texas-based company. International Travel Boom ...

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