Operator Unveils Six New Brochures, Hundreds Of Experiences, Itineraries
With more Canadians opting to travel within Canada this year and early next year, TravelBrands has created six new brochures showcasing travel across the country.
From winter holidays to self-driving tours, the newly released brochures are designed to both inspire travellers and to assist... more ›
Global Crisis Committee Says Coordination Is Key To Recovery For Tourism
According to the UNWTO Global Tourism Crisis Committee, consistent and harmonized travel protocols, enhanced safety measures and the protection of jobs and livelihoods are the main ingredients needed for the restart of tourism.
During its sixth meeting, the committee reminded participants of... more ›
Air Canada is making its fleet of all-Business Class, Jetz charter aircraft available to customers for commercial flights as it redeploys the fleet on popular winter routes.
Each of the airline’s four Airbus A319 Jetz aircraft are configured with only 58 North American Business Class... more ›
EU Has Removed Canada From Its Travel ‘White List’
The European Union has now removed Canada from its travel ‘white list.’
That list indicates which travellers from which countries are approved to visit the EU without COVID-19 restrictions being applied.
In a prepared statement following a meeting of representatives from the 27 EU... more ›
Is This The Season To Embrace The Cold Over Sunny Escapes?
In any given year, the first snowfall of the season always signifies good news for the travel industry as clients across the country start dreaming of escaping the cold. But with the ongoing pandemic and travel advisories still in place, could this be the time for clients to embrace the winter... more ›
The central Florida destination of Kissimmee is inviting people to vacation a stone's throw from the area's famed theme parks, saying those who choose Kissimmee for their stays will be able to holiday safely at a time when concerns about coronavirus continue to put a damper on travel.
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Let's Get Uncomfortable has announced a third virtual event on Confronting Anti-Black Racism in Travel & Tourism.
LGU's Shalene Dudley, founder of Latitude Concierge Travels, will sit down with Mpuuga Rwabutara, senior account executive at Flight Centre Travel Group and the... more ›
With skiers and snowboarders beginning to think about winter, Tremblant is deploying every effort to prepare a 2020-21 season where the health and safety of its guests, its employees and its resort community remain at the forefront of priorities.
The ski season at Tremblant is set to start... more ›
Intrepid has named Matt Berna as Managing Director of North America to oversee the tour operator’s Toronto headquarters and employees based throughout Canada and the U.S.
The company notes that with the COVID-19 pandemic impacting international travel, it plans to expand the North... more ›
St. Kitts & Nevis is preparing to welcome visitors beginning October 31, 2020. It will be a phased reopening with specific entry and travel requirements to be observed by visitors.
Phase 1 reopening travel requirements will designate visitors into three categories:
Travellers from... more ›