Airlines are seeking alternative ways to maintain profits by offering luxuries on flights. Etihad Airways, for instance, has introduced “Flying Nannies” to attend to children during long flights from Los Angeles. Jetblue is also offering “Mint,” a new class that will feature lay-flat seats that give massages. Drinks and tapas will also be available for order. In a more concerning trend (for employers anyway), younger business travelers tend to charge more of their travel expenses to the company they represent, according to a recent survey. Moreover, younger travelers will more likely partake in more expensive actions and write a negative review of their experiences, in contrast to older travelers. Such negative reviews are the last thing hotels need, now that the federal shutdown is cutting into their revenues.