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Monthly Archives: October 2021

VoX Welcomes Trees4Travel As New Client

VoX Welcomes Trees4Travel As New Client VoX International is now representing Trees4Travel as part of its ongoing commitment to sustainability and to adopting responsible business practices. VoX will manage media relations, sales and marketing, providing orientations, presentations, trainings, and other related projects -... more ›
Posted in Appointments, Canada, COVID-19, Responsible Travel

Sky Bird Travel & Tours Celebrates 45 

Sky Bird Travel & Tours Celebrates 45  Sky Bird Travel & Tours is celebrating its 45th anniversary in 2021; and event that’s particularly special for Sky Bird and its team members as it comes during a global pandemic. Reflecting on its success over the past four and a half decades, founder and CEO of Sky Bird, Arvin Shah... more ›
Posted in Airlines, COVID-19, News

Set Sail To The Opera With European Waterways

Set Sail To The Opera With European Waterways European Waterways announced that it is bringing back its popular Opera Cruise in Venice, available to groups who charter the company’s La Bella Vita luxury hotel barge during July and August 2022. Unique among the company’s many memorable cruises, the Opera Cruise treats guests to... more ›
Posted in COVID-19, Cruise

Chile Ready To Welcome Visitors

Chile Ready To Welcome Visitors Chilean lodging company explora reports that Chile plans to welcome back foreign travellers Nov. 1, meaning all of the South American countries where it has properties will be accepting guests. “We are happy to tell you that the borders of the countries where our lodges are located have... more ›
Posted in COVID-19, Destinations, Tour Operators

Barbados Picks Thraenhart As New CEO

Barbados Picks Thraenhart As New CEO The Board of Directors of the Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. has appointed Jens Thraenhart, as Chief Executive Officer of the island’s destination marketing agency, effective Nov. 1 2021. Thraenhart, a tourism veteran of 26 years, emerged as the top candidate from an initial pool of 178... more ›
Posted in Appointments, COVID-19, Destinations, Tourism Organizations

Tourism Ireland Is Back And Ready To Go

Tourism Ireland Is Back And Ready To Go Tourism Ireland is back. Well, in truth, the tourism organization was never that far away, hosting a range of virtual activities and providing support to its partners here is Canada throughout the pandemic. So, let’s start this again … Tourism Ireland is back and that’s back and... more ›
Posted in Airlines, Canada, COVID-19, Destinations, Events, News, Tour Operators, Tourism Organizations

ACTA Ready To Work With New Cabinet

ACTA Ready To Work With New Cabinet ACTA says that it’s pleased to see that many of the ministers that it built strong relationships with over the past 18 months remaining in key federal Cabinet roles including: The Ministry of Finance led by Deputy Prime Minister, the Hon. Chrystia Freeland The Ministry of Economic... more ›
Posted in Canada, COVID-19, News, Tourism Organizations

TIAC Celebrates Appointment Of Minister Of Tourism

NACC Welcomes Alghabra’s Re-appointment

TIAC Celebrates Appointment Of Minister Of Tourism The Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) was in a jubilant mood yesterday, when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his new cabinet appointees; including naming Alberta MP, Randy Boissonnault as the country’s Minister of Tourism and Associate Minister of Finance. Commenting on... more ›
Posted in Airlines, Canada, COVID-19, News

Air Transat Has Big Plans For Summer 2022

Air Transat Has Big Plans For Summer 2022 Air Transat will be adding four new routes to its 2022 summer flight program. For the first time ever, the airline will be serving the San Francisco, Los Angeles and Amsterdam airports from Montreal. It will also offer an exclusive direct flight between Quebec City and London,... more ›
Posted in Airlines, COVID-19, News

NCL’s Great Cruise Comeback Continues

NCL’s Great Cruise Comeback Continues Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) continues its Great Cruise Comeback with the restart of its seventh vessel, Norwegian Bliss, sailing week-long voyages to the Mexican Riviera from Los Angeles. Norwegian Bliss will be NCL’s second vessel sailing from the West Coast following the restart of its... more ›
Posted in COVID-19, Cruise
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