Alberta’s Indigenous tourism industry is set to highlight why it’s poised to lead the way in economic growth for the province during National Tourism Week which runs from May 29 to June 4, 2022.
Shae Bird, CEO of Indigenous Tourism Alberta, said that: “There is still a lot of work to... more ›
According to GlobalData, the luxury travel market could see growth in 2022 as COVID-19 has spurred new consumer trends.
The data and analytics company, points out that these new trends include a boom in private aviation services at the high end of the market, remote working from overseas... more ›
The Government of Japan announced a policy on the resumption of tourist entry into Japan through pre-packaged tours, which will start on June 10. SEINO Satoshi, President of Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), issued remarks on Japan accepting inbound tourists after a hiatus of more... more ›
With over 30 years of experience in the industry, Karine Roy-Camille has been appointed Deputy Director of the Americas office of the Martinique Tourism Authority (MTA).
Having recently taken her position in Montreal, she will now ensure the continuity of the MTA's implementation of the... more ›
Good news is coming soon to help ease lengthy wait times at Toronto Pearson and other main gateways — by land, air and sea.
At a press conference for Rendez-vous Canada yesterday (May 26), Randy Boissonnault, Canada’s Minister of Tourism and Associate Minister of Finance, addressed the... more ›
Sunwing is celebrating its customers with hot deals and even hotter giveaways during its first ever Sun Week.
Starting May 30, 2022 until June 5, 2022, travel agents can book their clients’ much needed getaways to sun-soaked destinations in Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America with... more ›
New And Returning Air Routes Make Scotland More Accessible
Despite being separated by 3,000 miles of ocean, Scotland and Canada have enjoyed a long-standing connection for centuries through ancestry, history, trade, culture and much more.
This spring/summer the two countries are being brought even closer together thanks to new and returning air... more ›
Appetite For Long-Haul Travel Remains Below Pre-Pandemic Levels
According to the latest Long-Haul Travel Barometer (LHTB) 2/2022, the appetite for overseas travel to Europe from several source markets remains below pre-pandemic levels; although it has slightly improved compared to a year ago.
The LHTB from the European Travel Commission (ETC) and Eurail... more ›
WestJet has announced that WestJet flight dispatchers, represented by the Canadian Airline Dispatchers Association (CALDA), voted more than 90% in favour of a 10-year agreement.
This ratified agreement starts June 1, 2022 and expires on May 31, 2032.
Diederik Pen, WestJet Executive... more ›
Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) has appointed Bree Milkovic to the role of SVP, Head of Digital for the company’s portfolio of corporate brands.
Milkovic will be responsible for developing and implementing digital strategy with a particular focus on creating omni-channel digital... more ›