Porter Airlines has announced that its seasonal service to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina will return on March 9, 2022 and continue until May 28, 2022.
Michael Deluce, president and CEO of the carrier, said: “Relax with a trip to sandy beaches and sunshine. We’re looking forward to... more ›
A Look At Real Agent Booked Destination Weddings
In any given year, 350,000 destination weddings take place with Mexico and the Caribbean being top choices for North American travellers. However, like the rest of the travel industry, those figures plummeted to non-existent levels since the onset of the pandemic.
But over the past few... more ›
The reopening of America’s international borders on Nov. 8 has brought a flurry of renewed interest in travel to the United States.
Along with that increased interest comes many questions from travellers, as well as from travel professionals themselves, on what to expect when visiting... more ›
When the Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) held its in-person 2021 Congress in Ottawa last week it was like a family gathering. Perhaps a touch bittersweet -- considering all of the events that have taken place since the last one -- but still a celebration of the Canadian travel and... more ›
Avianca is now flying Toronto-Bogota route, offering close to 4,000 weekly seats and three weekly frequencies.
Rolando Damas, Avianca's general director for North America, the Caribbean, and Asia, said: “We are expanding our network to offer our clients point-to-point connection. We want... more ›
Collette is offering travellers a chance to save $250 on travel to Ireland. Now, that’s what you have to call the luck of the Irish.
Travellers can book 2022 travel between 12/6/2021 – 12/10/2021 for travel 1/1/22-12/31/22.
Offer code IRELAND250 must be used at time of booking for... more ›
Swiss Event Brings Good News For Canadian Travel Trade
Seems only fitting that Pascal Prinz had the chance to announce that Switzerland had changed its entry rules -- and made it easier for Canadians to visit -- during an in-person event in Toronto late last week.
Prinz, director of Switzerland Tourism in Canada, welcomed a small group of travel... more ›
In a new report, the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) is providing clear recommendations to governments and identifying four key digital solutions to restore international mobility.
The WTTC report calls on governments to adopt a more internationally coordinated response to COVID-19... more ›
Jamaica says that it is well-prepared to meet the newly announced one-day testing requirement of the U.S. government and assist both international travellers returning home as well as Jamaicans visiting the U.S., effective today (Dec. 6).
Officials point out that the popular Caribbean... more ›
In order to counter the spread of the Omicron variant, the French government has introduced new requirements for all travellers aged 12 years and older from countries outside the European Union, including Canada.
Effective, Dec. 4, 2021, travellers from non-European countries will have to... more ›