Thursday March 22, 2018
Facebook Twitter Linkedin Linkedin Linkedin Linkedin

Record 62.8 million visitors to New York City includes turn around from Canada

Outbound travel from Canada to New York City is forecast to top the 1 million mark this year after a strong showing in 2017 with some 970,000 Canadians making the trip to the Big Apple last year.
Read more

The latest new hotel updates from the Cuba Tourist Board

Cuba’s bookings for April and beyond from the Canadian market “are looking great and we are very much looking forward to a very strong 2018”, says Eloy Govea, Director, Canada for the Cuba Tourist Board.
Read more

Air Canada gives clients easy access to the western side of Ireland

Air Canada prolonged St. Paddy’s Day celebrations from the weekend with an event in Toronto last night, during which the airline promoted new routes to the Emerald Isle.
Read more

Strikes to disrupt French trains, flights Thursday

French trains, flights and other public services are set to be disrupted Thursday by nationwide strikes to protest against President Emmanuel Macron's economic measures.
Read more

Florida weathers Irma with a record 2017

Florida hit a record number of tourists in 2017, even though Hurricane Irma slammed the state.
Read more

What are the most popular landmarks for proposals? #1 may surprise you

Location can make or break a wedding proposal, which is why people around the world spend months – and money – into finding the perfect place to go down on bended knee.
Read more

And the world’s happiest country is…

Move over Norway, there’s another country that’s even happier than you.
Read more

The latest resort updates from the Florida Keys post-Irma

The Florida Keys and Key West report that about 80% of accommodation is now back in shape.
Read more

Nevada shows off its true colours, “from neon to nature”

Las Vegas gets booked again and again but there’s so much more to Nevada than the Strip, and more agents and their clients are looking to see a different side of ‘The Silver State’.
Read more

Disney World to start charging parking fees for resort guests

Walt Disney World hotel guests will soon be charged a fee to park their cars overnight.
Read more
Go to Learning Centre

Get travel news right to your inbox!