Find The Perfect Fit For Clients in Nassau And Paradise Island
With a record increase in Canadian arrivals, a revitalized room inventory and an uptick in air capacity, travel to Nassau and Paradise Island is booming, reports assistant editor, Ann Ruppenstein in this month's issue of Travel Courier Digital (www.travelcourier.ca).
Fred Lounsberry, Chief... more ›
WestJet, Delta Get Competition Bureau Clearance For Joint Venture
WestJet and Delta Air Lines have received clearance under Canada's Competition Act from the Canadian Competition Bureau (CCB) for their proposed U.S. - Canada transborder joint venture.
The CCB issued a no-action letter confirming that it does not intend to challenge the proposed joint venture... more ›
Vegas' Pink Jeep Offers Colourful Tours
Do the rugged vehicles whose manufacturer liked to boast in an ad campaign that it wrote the book on four-wheel-drive look pretty in pink?
Ania Kozlowski thinks so.
Kozlowski is with Las Vegas' Pink Jeep Tours, which has a fleet of 150 vehicles, including Jeep Wranglers, all of which are... more ›
The Canadian director for the China National Tourism Office says Canadian tourists continue to be welcome in China, regardless of current tensions between Ottawa and Beijing.
Wenting Yang told a Toronto-area gathering that her office has experienced “some difficulties” in the first half... more ›
The Board of Directors at the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority (SLTA) has appointed Beverly Nicholson-Doty as the organization's Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Nicholson-Doty has over three decades of industry leadership experience, including most recently serving as Commissioner of Tourism at... more ›
With New Itineraries, Destinations, Relaunch Of The B
U River Cruises has unveiled three new itineraries and the relaunch of The B ship for 2020.
Debuting in April 2020, U's seven-night itineraries will sail throughout hot spot European destinations such as Vienna, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Salzburg, Bratislava and more.
New offerings on the... more ›
IATA is urging state aviation safety regulators to continue to align on technical validation requirements and timelines for the safe re-entry into service of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
The airline industry association issued its statement following the conclusion of the second Boeing 737... more ›
Air Canada, Transat Definitive Deal Takes Off
There have been deals and there have been deals, but it is hard to find a comparison to the announcement that Air Canada and Transat A.T. Inc. have successfully concluded a definitive Arrangement Agreement that will see Air Canada acquire all issued and outstanding shares of Transat, resulting in... more ›
During is 2019 AGM, the Travel Industry Council of Ontario (TICO) update registrants attending on its accomplishments during the previous fiscal year. And one of the key themes at this year's AGM was the continuous evolution of the travel industry.
“We live and work in an exciting era, one... more ›
As part of a US$100 million global expansion, Plaza Premium Group has launched its Allways airport meet-and-greet service in the US, which will be followed by the opening of a Plaza Premium Lounge at Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport in 2020.
“We have a proven track record of... more ›