NYU Traveler

NYU Traveler

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NYU Traveler was created to provide the NYU community with tools and services for their travel needs and to help keep them safer. University-related travel may be booked or registered through NYU Traveler.  Only NYU netID holders are eligible for direct access to the NYU Traveler booking and registration tools.

From this site, you can use your NYU NetID and password to book on-line reservations for air, rail, hotel, or car with Egencia (an Expedia company), NYU's preferred travel booking tool. You can also call an agent at Egencia via the telephone number provided above. By booking through Egencia, your travel plans will be automatically registered with the NYU Traveler trip registration tool, which NYU has created to provide you with up-to-the-minute information of potential threats to your safety during your travels, and to enable NYU to get in touch with you to render aid in the event of an emergency.

Choice was an important precept for us in designing this system. Therefore, you can elect to make your NYU-related travel arrangements through other means and then register your travel itinerary manually with NYU Traveler.

See the 'Helpful Links' section found on the right side of this page for FAQ, as well as information on insurance, immunizations, visas, passports, embassies, traveler health, travel advisories, and world culture. 


Need help?


NYU Public Safety: +1 212-998-2222

Travel News

  • The U.S. Department of Transportation has approved six airlines to operate flights to Cuba starting in the fall.  The carriers will serve nine cities in Cuba departing from five U.S. cities.  The airlines who have received approval are American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Silver Airways, and Sun Country Airlines.
  • According to Business Travel News' second annual Car Rental Survey, National Car Rental ranked as the most cooperative, responsive, and value-providing car rental supplier for the second year in a row.
  • The Department of Transportation reported that 84.5% of flights operated by the 12 largest U.S. airlines arrived on time in the month of April.  This shows an improvement from March and is up from 81.8% in April 2015.  Delta Air Lines and Hawaiian Airlines had the best on-time performance, while Spirit Airlines was at the bottom of the list, arriving late more than 1/4  of the time.
  • Did you know that the NYU Global Travel Team is available for presentations? These "Road Show" visits are a great way to learn about all the services and cost savings that Global Travel can bring to your school or department. Global Travel can present a detailed overview on how to book and pay for travel as well as help familiarize you with the NYU Traveler website and it's many helpful features. To arrange for a Road Show visit to your NYU office or department location please email NYUGlobalTravelTeam@nyu.edu.
  • The Global Entry Trusted Traveler Program allows for expedited clearance through TSA and U.S. Customs and Border Protection lines at the airport for pre-authorized travelers.  Citizens of the US, Germany, the Netherlands, Panama, South Korea, the United Kingdom, US Permanent Residents and Mexican nationals are eligible for Global Entry.  NYU's Office of Global Services is hosting an interview event for this program on campus on August 29, 2016.  Please follow this link for more information on how to sign up for this program and event.

Egencia Mobile App

  • Looking for a mobile solution to your travel booking needs? Please follow the link to read more about Egencia's TripNavigator smartphone application, and feel free to reach out to the NYU Global Travel Team to inquire on how to be set up with the application's login credentials.