Tuesday January 24, 2017
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Sunwing reintroduces summer domestic schedule in time for Canada’s birthday

In honour of Canada’s upcoming 150th birthday, Sunwing is reintroducing its popular domestic summer flight schedule for the 12th consecutive season.
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Feb. 14 designated as opening day of SVG’s long-awaited airport

It’s been a long time coming, but the new Argyle International Airport (AIA) in St. Vincent and the Grenadines will finally make its grand debut on Feb. 14.
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Dry skin be gone! Emirates launches moisturizing pyjamas in first class

There’s nothing better than putting on a fresh new set of pyjamas and sinking into bed for the night.
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Heavy fog causes flight delays and cancellations at Heathrow

Thick fog has caused numerous flight delays and cancellations at London Heathrow and other area airports.
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10 things you didn’t know you can request on a plane

As the saying goes, “ask and you shall receive.” But who knew this applied to air passengers.
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YVR announces plan to be a bridge between Asia and the Americas

Vancouver International Airport (YVR) has unveiled an ambitious plan to become a “world class, sustainable hub connecting Asia and the Americas.’
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60% of Canadian agencies report gross sales revenue of $500,000+: Ultimate Travel Survey

More than half of travel agents say their sales are up and 60% of agencies are reporting gross sales revenue of $500,000 or more.
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WestJet inaugurates service to Mesa, Arizona

Today marks the inauguration of WestJet’s new service to Mesa, Arizona from Calgary, which will be followed shortly after by inaugural service from Edmonton on Jan. 21.
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Man gets jail time for demanding a “f***ing drink” over plane intercom

Get that man a drink, stat! A man from Cheshire in North West England has been handed a seven-month jail sentence for shouting “what does it take to get a f***ing drink in this place” over the intercom.
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Air Canada is back online after computer issue

Air Canada says it has resolved a computer issue that caused problems at airports that resulted in some flight delays.
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