Just because the dollar is down, it doesn’t mean Canadians have stopped travelling. Sure, your clients’ destinations may change and shorter trips may help compensate for the increased exchange differential, but one can’t stay home forever, can they?
One city that has historically proven to be recession-proof is New York. And given its proximity to much of Canada, it’s likely to remain a popular getaway for Canucks, reports editor Michael Baginski in this week’s digital edition of Travel Courier.
With a vast number of air seats from gateways in this country through the likes of Air Canada, WestJet and Porter (and US carriers) and cross-border ports like Buffalo, NY, where the tax, if not the flight fares, are lower, getting there doesn’t have to break the bank.
There’s also a host of strategies that can help make the loonie last just a little bit longer in the Big Apple.
For the full story and all the tips you’ll need to help your clients spend an affordable stay in the Big Apple, check out this week’s digital edition of Travel Courier by clicking here.