|Johns Hopkins Travel and Expense Management|
Johns Hopkins Travel and Expense Management is the central resource for Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, and students with regard to business travel. We hope you will take time to review the resources available on this site. Please use them and share your thoughts on how we can support you moving forward with your travel needs.
To log into Concur, click the "Booking Travel" page and then click on the Concur logo. Via single sign-on, you will be logged into Concur.
Supporting Your Travel Needs
We work tirelessly to provide exceptional service to Johns Hopkins through a number of mechanisms:
- Negotiating with travel Suppliers for discounts and improved services for air, hotel, rental cars and other travel-related services
- Collaborating with World Travel, Inc. the preferred travel management company
- Implementing Concur, the online booking tool, to expedite travel reservations for faculty and staff
- Developing, maintaining and managing central travel- and expense-related policies and procedure
New to the Johns Hopkins Travel Program?
To get started using the Johns Hopkins Travel Program, this guide has been created as a step-by-step resource. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Buyer Beware: Basic Economy Fares
United Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta Airlines have all introduced Basic Economy Fares, designed to be a low-cost option for the budget-minded traveler, but beware: these fares come with many restrictions.
United Airlines Basic Economy Fare Restrictions and Infographic
American Airlines Basic Economy Fare Restrictions and Infographic
Delta Airlines Basic Economy Fare Restrictions and Infographic
These fare types are not restricted for many Johns Hopkins divisions. If booking with an agent, the agent will tell you if it is a basic economy fare. If booking in Concur, please check the fare rules. If you are unsure, you may contact WTI via email or the chat feature on Concur.
Share Your Feedback about the Travel Program
We invite your feedback on how the travel program is working for you, your department's, or your division's travel. The Johns Hopkins Travel Office needs to hear from you in order to make any program adjustments by working with our preferred suppliers and vendors. To access the survey, please click here. Your honest feedback is appreciated so we, your colleagues, can support your travel needs and requirements.
News and Information
- The REAL ID Act is coming! The new law will be effective January 22, 2018 but how does it affect travel? Passengers with drivers' licenses from non-compliant states will need to show an alternate form of ID, i.e. a passport. Please visit this helpful FAQ section on the DHS website, which includes a list of compliant states.
- Visa services between the U.S. and Turkey have been suspended. This does not affect U.S. travelers flying through Turkey to other destinations outside of the country. For more information, click here.
- The Department of Homeland Security has announced enhanced security measures for flights to the U.S.
- Marriott International, Hilton, and IHG Hotels have announced cancellation policy changes; please visit the Hotels section of the Preferred Suppliers page for more information.
- What to do if you are involuntarily denied boarding on a flight...
- U.S. Customs and Border Patrol has Mobile Passport Control; for expedited entry into the U.S. at BWI, Dulles, and other airports download the app.
- Johns Hopkins invites you to use Lyft for business travel. For more information, please visit the Preferred Suppliers page.
- As of November 1, 2016, the U.S. Department of State is not allowing glasses to be worn in passport photos.
For specific news from our preferred suppliers, please visit the appropriate Preferred Supplier pages.
Questions? Contact email@example.com.