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Open for business – Corporate accounts and Business Travel

Open for business! Business travel has never been easier. With downtown to downtown service, complimentary wi-fi, spacious and comfortable seats, getting work done while heading to the next meeting is a piece of cake. Avoiding long wait times in airport terminals, unpredictable highway traffic and weather only helps in making VIA Rail a smarter way […]
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Air Canada Signature Service to include lie-flat seats on select Canada-U.S. routes

Air Canada has just introduced its brand new ‘Air Canada Signature Service’, providing a “level of service unsurpassed in North America”.
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Peter Mansbridge is coming to GBTA’s 2018 conference, registration now open

Iconic Canadian news anchor Peter Mansbridge has been announced as a featured speaker at GBTA’s upcoming 14th annual conference in Toronto.
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Hilton Honors gets an upgrade; Hyatt falls in line with 48-hour cancellation policy

More perks, but less flexibility: the hotel industry is walking a fine line as it woos its most lucrative segment – corporate travellers.
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GBTA Convention 2018 coming to San Diego, registration now open

Registration is officially open for GBTA Convention 2018, which will be held in San Diego next year from Aug. 11-15.
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Global Business Travel Association launches streamlined GBTA.org

The Global Business Travel Association has launched a new digital platform that’s mobile-friendly, streamlined and most importantly, “makes searching for information simple”, says the GBTA.
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Staying connected helps with corporate travel grind, says CWT study

Business travellers carry on average 4 different types of technology – including mobile phone, tablet and laptop.
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Make no mistake, WestJet is targeting the business traveller: new skeds

WestJet says it has made significant schedule changes as it redeploys aircraft to draw in more of the lucrative corporate travel market.
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More travellers flying for business instead of leisure, says new survey

The majority of air travellers are travelling for business, not leisure, with most booking air tickets directly with airlines and via online price comparison websites.
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AccorHotels growing at a rate of one new hotel every 36 hours

Following the acquisition of Canadian hotel chain Fairmont Hotels & Resorts last year, AccorHotels is on the fast track to major expansion at a rate of one new hotel opening every 36 hours.
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The latest list of hotels to reopen on Grand Bahama Island post-hurricane
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The Bahamas continues to make major strides in recovery following Hurricane Dorian, with several hotels on Grand Bahama...
Trafalgar’s top agents can earn a spot on Acclaim trip to Ireland
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Trafalgar’s top-producing travel advisor partners will be rewarded with a spot on the company’s 2020 Acclaim trip...
More cancellations for SAA but int’l flights could re-start Nov. 17
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South African Airways has extended its cancellation of all domestic and regional flights scheduled for Nov. 17 and Nov....
Coming in 2022: Four Seasons’ new resort in Cabo San Lucas
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Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has announced plans to open its second property on the Baja Peninsula – Four Seasons...
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