Friday January 18, 2019
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Still coming down from Canada 150: Moderate inbound growth expected for 2019

The number of overnight visits from both within Canada and international markets is projected to increase by 2% in 2019, according to The Conference Board of Canada’s Travel Markets Outlook reports, released today.
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New images and an opening date for MSC Cruises’ Ocean Cay private island

MSC Cruises’ Ocean Cay will welcome its first guests on Nov. 9, 2019, according to the cruise line.
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‘Moments of Sunshine’ courtesy of VISIT FLORIDA with a TTC takeover

VISIT FLORIDA wants to put winter-weary Torontonians in a Florida state of mind with its ‘Moments of Sunshine’ winter campaign, designed to encourage Canadians to visit Florida.
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Tensions mount as Canada and China toughen respective travel advisories

Canada shot back at China on Tuesday, branding the death sentence imposed on a British Columbia man as inhumane, and flaunting the support of its allies in trying to win the release of two other imprisoned Canadians.
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2019 Trend Report: Transformational travel, and are those real followers, or just bots?

The Canadian travel industry is fuelled year after year by huge volumes of ITC package sales to sun and sand destinations. So does that mean we’re immune to 2019’s travel trends? Not at all.
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Get 50% off hotels and spa treatments in Bermuda

Travellers will be tickled pink over Bermuda’s ‘Pink Sale’, a seasonal promotion that includes up to 50% off on select hotels.
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Global airlines association warns of potential Brexit impact

Disruptions to air travel are possible if Britain leaves the European Union in March without a deal, the head of the leading association for airlines around the world warned Thursday.
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You can sleep in a bubble under the stars in Texas

Living inside of a bubble isn’t necessarily a good thing, but staying in one under the stars can be a one-of-a-kind travel experience.
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VISIT FLORIDA appoints first-ever female President and CEO

For the first time ever, VISIT FLORIDA has a female President and CEO in charge following a unanimous vote of its Board of Directors.
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Winter storm blasts Europe, with avalanches, high winds

Hundreds of people were snowed-in in Alpine regions and warned of a high risk of avalanches, parts of Scandinavia were left without electricity, and high winds caused flight delays and cancellations in the Netherlands as deadly winter weather continued to blast Europe on Tuesday.
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