Wednesday March 1, 2017
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Two people will be over the moon about the chance to fly to the moon

SpaceX said Monday it will fly two people to the moon next year, a feat not attempted since NASA's Apollo heyday close to half a century ago.
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[PEOPLE] Air Transat appoints Karissa Boyd sales rep for Ontario, Western Canada

Air Transat has named Karissa Boyd as Sales Representative, Air Transat for Ontario and Western Canada.
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GBTA sounds the alarm over U.S. travel ban uncertainty

About US$185 million in U.S. business travel bookings were lost in the week following the U.S. travel ban, as the uncertainty surrounding travel in general had a ripple effect on traveller confidence, according to the Global Business Travel Association.
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Travelport announces new long-term renewal agreement with Enterprise

Travelport has renewed its agreement with Enterprise Holdings, a move that essentially connects travel agents to over 36,000 car rental locations and more than 91 million car rentals days per year.
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Up to the highest height: Cable cars at Walt Disney World Resort?

Anyone who’s ever waited for bus transportation to get around Walt Disney World Resort – especially on a hot day with little kids in tow – will be thrilled to hear...
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Now you can bypass carry-on fees by wearing your luggage

We’ve all been there, checking into a flight and praying that your overweight baggage will go unnoticed.
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31% of travellers have booked travel through a home-based agent; up 7% in 3 years

The number of home-based agents is on the rise in Canada, and so as it turns out is the number of Canadian travellers using a home-based agent to book their vacation.
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Dominican Republic teams up with Xplr VR to launch 360-degree VR experiences

The Dominican Republic has taken a big leap forward into the realm of experiential marketing with the launch of six new virtual reality experiences that showcase the country’s breathtaking beauty.
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Travelport & Air Canada announced new full content agreement

Travelport and Air Canada have signed a new long-term agreement that will allow both companies to collaborate on merchandising, branding and technology.
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Rock guitarist Rick Derringer surprised to find he can’t carry a loaded gun on flight

Rock guitarist Rick Derringer told a federal air marshal that he keeps his gun with him on commercial airline flights 30 to 50 times a year, and was only detained last month at Atlanta's airport near the end of a trip to Mexico, authorities said.
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