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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 either Egencia (an Expedia company) or American Express Global Business Travel. You can also call an agent at Egencia or AMEX via the telephone numbers provided. By using one of these agencies, 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?

  • Have questions about travel booking via Egencia or AMEX, travel arranging, NYU preferred suppliers, or student group travel?  Email the Global Travel Team at for support.
  • Have questions about the trip registration tool or are you experiencing any technical difficulties?  Send an email with the details of your issue or request to
  • Did you book your travel with an outside agency and are manually entering your itinerary in the trip registration tool?  Do you have questions about using the Self Registration Travel Form (SRTF) or need guidance editing travel leg information?  If so, please review this SRTF Instruction Sheet.


NYU Public Safety: +1 212-998-2222

Travel Industry News

(Last update: 9/23/15)

  • The Transportation Security Administration is drawing its Managed Inclusion program to a close, thus limiting the TSA Precheck expedited security screening program to only those who have officially signed up.  For the past few months, the TSA has been utilizing the Managed Inclusion program to funnel "low risk" passengers through Precheck lines, which helped to balance large lines at security checkpoints.
  • Delta Air Lines and American Airlines have discontinued their interline ticketing and baggage agreements. With that, any tickets booked after 9/15/15 may no longer contain flight segments operated by Delta and American on the same ticket, and baggage for those trips will not be transferred between Delta and American aircraft. Tickets issued before 9/15/15 will still be honored, with no impact to the traveler if they take the flights as ticketed, with interline checked baggage handling also not being affected on existing tickets.
  • A record 1.74 million Americans traveled to Europe in June 2015, which shows an increase of 8% from June 2014, according to the European Travel Commission's Trans-Atlantic Report.

NYU has preferred hotel rates with Marriott.  Visit the Hotels tab for more information.

NYU's preferred premier car service is Carey International, and the preferred mid-economy car service is Embarque.  Visit the 'Car Service' section of the Transportation tab for more information.

Looking for a better way to manage your department's travel program?  With central billing options, approval work flows, policy administration, and notification settings, an Egencia traveler group may be just what you need.

Helpful guidance on how to procure event space and how to meet insurance requirements for NYU events.

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