IPW 2021 wrapped up its proceedings in Las Vegas with a final day party led by the hosts of next year’s IPW conference and trade show in Orlando, reports Press Today’s Ted Davis.
The destination reps from Visit Orlando, Experience Kissimmee and Visit Florida were all on hand at their... more ›
There was no containing the sense of relief and optimism expressed by delegates currently attending the IPW international travel trade show in Las Vegas, on hearing of new federal rules that will greatly benefit the travel industry, reports Press Today's correspondent, Ted Davis.
The... more ›
Vegas Hosts First IPW Since 2019 Edition In Anaheim
A slimmed-down IPW international travel conference and trade show is now underway in Las Vegas, providing a welcome jolt to the revival of the global travel economy, reports Baxter Media correspondent, Ted Davis from the show.
Attendance numbers are well down from previous editions of IPW,... more ›
Although there have been multiple Air Canada Races held since its inception in 2006, arguably the most monumental is the 2021 edition which just wrapped up in Switzerland from August 28-Sept. 2. The competition signalled a restart of travel as it marked the first international trip for the... more ›
The 2021 Air Canada Race is on in Switzerland
When Switzerland Tourism and Air Canada first started planning the details for the 2021 edition of The Air Canada Race eight months ago, the project represented hope and inspiration during an uncertain time.
“The Air Canada Race is our lighthouse project this year and we’re extremely... more ›
On Location At Sandals Ochi Beach Resort For Sandals' First Canadian Agent Fam
Want to know a creative way to spark inquiries and motivate clients to stop dreaming and lock in upcoming trips? Consider highlighting some of the special experiences and features that await on future vacations while going live on location from an idyllic Caribbean destination.
That’s... more ›
First Canadian agent FAM underway at Sandals Ochi
“We’re very special! We’re the first FAM out of Canada,” Giselle Williams, the Business Development Manager for Unique Vacations Canada Inc., announced to a small group of hand selected travel advisors on location in Jamaica as the bus departed Montego Bay heading towards Ocho Rios... more ›
Where Pigs Still Don't Fly, But They Do Swim
Who let the pigs out?
That's the question that Travel Courier's managing editor, Ann Ruppenstein asks in this week's Travel Courier cover story.
Big Major Cay, which could more adequately be called Pig Major, is a small uninhabited island that makes up one of the 365 cays that surround... more ›
Post Dorian, Grand Bahama Island Makes A Strong Comeback
For Carmel Churchill of the Grand Bahama Island Tourism Board, Hurricane Dorian hit too close to home, reports Ann Ruppenstein in this week's issue of Canadian Travel Press.
In the wake of the Category 5 storm in early September, nearly 77% of Grand Bahama Island, located 90 km east of... more ›
Caribbean Executives Upbeat About State Of Tourism
Despite two major setbacks, notably the bad publicity surrounding the Dominican Republic and Hurricane Dorian’s toll on travel to The Bahamas resulting in a slight dip in room occupancy rates over the previous year, executives from the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association are upbeat about... more ›