This has been a huge year for travel — in particular for Florida, which is expected to receive a record number of tourists by the year’s end.
CNN has put together a list of some of the top travel trends for 2015. Here are two of the ones we think had the biggest impact:
Frequest flier miles based on dollars spent instead of miles traveled
This year, three airlines switched up their frequent flier programs in a big way: issuing rewards based on the amount of money spent, instead of how many miles were traveled.
And American Airlines, Delta and United Airlines might be leading a bigger charge, CNN reports.
“We saw some of the first hints globally from international carriers,” Skift.com co-founder Jason Clampet told CNN.
The rise of Uber and Airbnb in business travel
With the addition of Uber for Business, the increasingly popular ride-hailing app made it easier for companies and employees to expense trips. Companies now can set up corporate accounts, set rules and monitor rides more closely.
Airbnb also has risen in popularity for corporate travel, CNN reports. Instead of booking costly hotel rooms, for example, a company might book a large condo through Airbnb.