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Swoop Gears Up For Summer

Swoop Gears Up For Summer Swoop is expanding its summer schedule, adding new routes and more ultra-low fares to British Columbia. The airline's expanded summer operations will bring new service to Victoria and celebrates the return and addition of new routes from Kelowna. Charles Duncan, President of Swoop, said:... more ›
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Carriers Taking Off To USVI

Carriers Taking Off To USVI The U.S. Virgin Islands are gearing up to welcome more airlift this summer. Following a meeting with American Airlines in Dallas, Texas on Friday, U.S. Virgin Islands Commissioner of Tourism Joseph Boschulte announced that the nation’s largest carrier will expand its service to the Territory... more ›
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Wrestling With The Issues

TIAC Session Looks At Challenges With Travellers Return

Wrestling With The Issues Those eager to kickstart this country's tourist trade must do more than convince potential tourists that it's once again safe to hit the road, a March 30 TIAC webinar was told. Joe Naaman of consulting firm Twenty31 wondered how those in tourism can “unscare” people who may be nervous... more ›
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Loyalty Is A Two-Way Street

Air Canada Extends Aeroplan Elite Status, Provides Additional Flexibility

Loyalty Is A Two-Way Street Air Canada is updating Aeroplan Elite Status members to let them know that it is ensuring their status remains in effect and to give them flexibility and certainty. The changes include the extension of current Elite Status until the end of 2022, in addition to a previous extension through 2021,... more ›
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IATA Research Backs Rapid Testing For Restart Of Travel

IATA Research Backs Rapid Testing For Restart Of Travel IATA is urging governments to accept best-in-class rapid antigen tests in fulfillment of COVID -19 testing requirements following the publication of new research by OXERA and Edge Health. The OXERA-Edge Health report, commissioned by IATA, found that antigen tests are: Accurate: The... more ›
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Flair Lands In Montreal

ULCC Will Serve 19 Cities By August

Flair Lands In Montreal Flair Airlines is expanding service to include Montréal–Trudeau International Airport (YUL) starting July 1, 2021, with direct flights to Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax and Abbotsford. The addition of Flair’s service to Montreal marks a milestone for the airline as it brings the first... more ›
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WestJet Adds 11 In Western Canada

WestJet Adds 11 In Western Canada WestJet is unveiling details of 11 new domestic routes across Western Canada. The routes will offer new nonstop service for 15 communities across Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. The enhancements follow an announcement made earlier in the week to return... more ›
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Trillion Dollar Impact

WTTC Research Shows Massive Industry Losses In 2020

Trillion Dollar Impact The World Travel & Tourism Council’s annual Economic Impact Report (EIR) reveals the full and devastating impact of COVID-19 had on the global Travel & Tourism sector last year, which suffered a massive loss of almost US$4.5 trillion. The annual EIR from the World Travel &... more ›
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Airports Will Prevail

ACI-NA Marks Border Closer Anniversary

Airports Will Prevail Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) marked the one year anniversary this week of the decision to close the U.S. and Canadian border to non-essential travel to contain the spread of COVID-19. The Council said in a statement that: “One year ago, this week, governments... more ›
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WestJet Restoring Regional Routes

Flights Resuming To Airports In Atlantic Canada, Quebec City

WestJet Restoring Regional Routes WestJet is restoring flights to the communities of Charlottetown, Fredericton, Moncton, Sydney and Quebec City after service was suspended as a result of COVID-19. The reinstatement of service will restore WestJet's complete network of pre-COVID-19 domestic airports. Ed Sims,... more ›
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