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More points, more perks: Carnival launches new Loyalty Rocks! agent rewards program

Carnival Cruise Line’s brand new Loyalty Rocks! rewards program kicks off today with a month-long booking challenge celebrating travel agents’ hard work and dedication with daily rewards points giveaways.
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Raising a glass to say thank you to visionaries Anevich, Roos

It was a who’s who in the travel industry at a Vision Travel reception at the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto last night as suppliers, retailers and well-wishers came out to say thank you, good luck and happy retirement to Arend Roos, wife Darlene Roos and Stephanie Anevich. 
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Sunwing to expand services from Kelowna and Val-d’Or this winter

Sunwing will be ramping up services from two Canadian gateways this winter season: Kelowna, B.C. and Val’d-Or, Quebec.
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Costa Magica from Martinique and flights exclusive to ACV

This winter Air Canada Vacations will introduce cruises sailing from Martinique onboard Costa Magica.
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Norwegian Air in talks with another major airline group after rejecting IAG bid

Another major airline has reportedly thrown its hat into the ring to buy low-cost carrier Norwegian Air.
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Hahn Air adds Sunwing to global network through new interline agreement

Hahn Air has signed an interline agreement with Sunwing Airlines, allowing travel agents to access more vacation options through eight GDSs.
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Alexa, send up breakfast: Amazon launches Echo for hotels

Alexa has a new job: hotel concierge. Amazon has launched a version of Alexa for hotels that lets guests order room service through the voice assistant, ask for more towels or get restaurant recommendations without having to pick up the phone and call the front desk.
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Intrepid now accepting applications for ‘mystery’ trip into the unknown

Do you have what it takes to travel ‘blind’ on a mystery trip? Ten intrepid travellers will soon find out.
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It wasn’t poop! Transport Canada clears the air about falling feces

Transport Canada says a substance that fell from the sky and onto vehicles and people in two British Columbia communities was not human feces from aircraft, but one woman believes the foul-smelling material that landed in her eyes had to be excrement.
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TPI announces grand prize winner of travel agent month contest

TORONTO – Travel Professionals International (TPI) has announced the winner of its travel agent month contest with Norwegian Cruise Line.
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