Tuesday September 17, 2019
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Sunwing to launch Mazatlán and Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo from YYJ

Sunwing is launching new weekly flights from Victoria to sunny Mazatlán and Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo this winter, giving residents in B.C. a total of four tropical destinations to choose from.
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WestJet waives change fees for Bermuda as Humberto gains strength

WestJet is waiving change fees for flights to St. George’s, Bermuda (BDA) as Hurricane Humberto tracks towards the island.
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You won’t believe how outrageous Naomi Campbell’s airplane routine is

What’s the best way to protect yourself from germs on a plane? Sit next to Naomi Campbell.
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Transat posts $11 million loss in third quarter

Transat has released its third quarter results as it awaits the completion of a takeover deal by Air Canada.
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Air Canada adds Dreamliner to YOW-LHR route

Starting next spring Air Canada will boost its nonstop flights from Ottawa to London-Heathrow to daily service with its Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
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Lufthansa Group to offer five Canadian gateways in 2020

Lufthansa Group will increase its number of gateways in Canada, starting service from Ottawa to Frankfurt on May 16, 2020.
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British Airways says passengers should double-check flight status

The two-day pilots’ strike has come to an end but British Airways is advising passengers to double-check arrival and departure times as it gets back on schedule following the 48-hour disruption.
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Air France in the spotlight with its Air France TIFF Lounge

Air France was in the spotlight last week with its Air France TIFF Lounge, right in the heart of Festival Street at the Toronto International Film Festival.
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Great Ocean Road is a must-do for Melbourne visitors

A beautiful city in its own right, Melbourne is also the gateway to several of Australia’s iconic experiences, including a spectacular coastal drive to see the 12 Apostles on Great Ocean Road.
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BA cancels close to 100% of flights Sept. 9 – 10; another strike date looms

British Airways has been forced to ground just about all of its flights both today and tomorrow due to a pilots’ strike, and there’s another strike date less than three weeks away. “After many months of trying to resolve the pay dispute, we are extremely sorry that it has come to this,” said the airline.
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