Thursday October 17, 2019
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Air Transat adds more flights to U.S. sun destinations

Air Transat has revealed the first of its new flights for its summer 2020 flight program.
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MSC announces new activities on Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve

MSC Cruises has revealed new details about its highly anticipated private island destination in The Bahamas, Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.
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Condor’s $553 million rescue package approved

The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, Germany’s plans to grant a temporary €380 million loan (about Cdn$553 million) to Condor.
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Hawaii councillor wants environmental pledge from visitors

A Honolulu city councillor says she wants visitors to take a pledge to respect and help protect the island's natural resources.
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Thomas Cook chief ‘sorry’ but not sure about returning bonus

The former chief executive of the failed Thomas Cook travel agency has told a British parliamentary committee he has not decided whether to return his substantial cash bonus.
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Insight Vacations’ 2020 launch includes new brand promise

Insight Vacations’ recent 2020 launch showcased more than 100 journeys and included a ‘fireside chat’ style presentation by Ulla Hefel Böhler, CEO of Insight Vacations, and Brad Ford, President of Insight Vacations.
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Royal Caribbean announces new private island in the South Pacific

Royal Caribbean has set its sights on Vanuatu as the location of its new private island destination – Perfect Day at Lelepa, Vanuatu.
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How many bags of Cheetos would it take for TSA to stop you at the airport?

For most people, essential items in a carry-on bag would include things like a phone, or tissues, or an extra sweater to wear on the plane. But for one traveller, the one must-have essential was Hot Cheetos – and lots of it.
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“We’re still growing”: TL Network hits the road for fall regionals

The trade show floor at TL Network Canada’s Fall Regionals in the Toronto West area was “bursting at the seams” last night, with 110 members and 42 suppliers showing their support in what has been a growth year in Canada.
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Kempinski Group wants to have 100+ hotels by 2021

The Kempinski Group says it expects to have 100+ luxury hotels in operation around the globe by 2021, part of the company’s international expansion plans.
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