Tuesday October 16, 2018
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Everything that’s new & upcoming with Meliá Hotels International

With eight brands in total, it’s no surprise that there’s a lot happening at Meliá Hotels International, most notably a brand new luxury resort coming in spring 2019.
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Earn up to $1,000 in cash with Sandals’ biggest-ever Canadian promo

Sandals Resorts has launched its largest and longest incentive for Canadian travel agents ever, featuring monthly cash prizes for those booking direct with Unique Vacations Inc.
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Porter’s MLB flights take flight in December from 3 gateways

Porter’s nonstop service to Orlando-Melbourne International Airport in Florida is back, with flights from Toronto, Ottawa and Windsor starting the week of December 19.
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Carnival’s fleetwide enhancement nears completion with Carnival Radiance

Carnival Cruise Line has entered its final phase of a US$2 billion fleet enhancement program with the transformation of the Carnival Victory into the upgraded Carnival Radiance.
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Zika no longer a concern for Saint Lucia

Scientists have determined the virus is no longer present in Saint Lucia, meaning travellers, including pregnant women, can visit the destination with no known risk of getting Zika from mosquitoes, says the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority.
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Thompson Hotels to debut resort in Zihuatanejo on Mexico’s Pacific Coast

Luxury lifestyle brand Thompson Hotels will introduce its newest luxury resort in Zihuatanejo in late 2018, following a repositioning and extensive redesign.
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Book Summer 2019 now with Transat’s Early Booking Promo

Transat is already looking ahead to summer vacation by launching its Europe & Israel Summer 2019 Early Booking Promotion.
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Jamaica’s former Director of Tourism named as new CEO of Curaçao Tourism

The Curaçao Tourism Development Foundation (CTDF) has appointed Paul Pennicook to Managing Director/CEO, effective immediately.
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The top 6 honeymoon destinations according to travel agents

Who better than travel agents to determine the world’s top honeymoon destinations?
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Airlines bump up non-commissionable ancillaries, leaving agents out in the cold

Ancillaries have gone from one-off add-ons to revenue behemoths for the airlines and now, smarting from rising fuel costs, many airlines are opting to bump up ancillaries – most recently, fees for checked baggage – instead of raising base fares.
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