Saturday September 21, 2019
Facebook Twitter Linkedin Linkedin Linkedin Linkedin
color for Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line cancels more sailings for relief efforts
Travelweek

Cancellations

Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line cancels more sailings for relief efforts

FORT LAUDERDALE — Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has issued a statement advising the trade and clients that it has cancelled more sailings in September as it deploys one of its ships for Hurricane Dorian relief efforts. The company deployed one of its ships, Grand Celebration, on a post-Hurricane Dorian humanitarian sailing to Grand Bahama Island. […]
Read more

More turbulence for Swoop with latest wave of cancellations

CALGARY — Swoop’s latest round of turbulence has some frustrated passengers saying they’ll never fly with the ultra low-cost carrier again.
Read more

Norwegian pulling out of Canadian market with cancellation of Dublin flights ex YHM

Low-cost carrier Norwegian is pulling the plug on its Dublin flights out of Hamilton, ON with the last departure set for Sept. 13.
Read more

Flights out of Hong Kong cancelled again; riot police move in

Protesters severely crippled operations at Hong Kong's international airport for a second day Tuesday, forcing authorities to cancel all remaining flights out of the city after demonstrators took over the terminals as part of their push for democratic reforms.
Read more

Passengers will be refunded on 10 cancelled cruises, says Voyages to Antiquity

Voyages to Antiquity has announced the cancellation of 10 cruises aboard the Aegean Odyssey this season to make time for repairs to the ship’s starboard engine.
Read more

G Adventures cancels Sri Lanka trips up to and including April 30

Following the attacks in Sri Lanka on April 21 and as a result of elevated travel warnings G Adventures says it is cancelling all departures in the country up to and including April 30.
Read more

Troubled Avianca Brasil cancels 1,045 flights

Avianca Brasil has cancelled more than 1,045 domestic flights this week and according to reports has just seven planes still in its fleet.
Read more

Airbus abandons iconic A380 superjumbo, lacking clients

European plane maker Airbus said Thursday it will stop making its superjumbo A380 in 2021 for lack of customers, abandoning the world's biggest passenger jet and one of the aviation industry's most ambitious and most troubled endeavours.
Read more

LCC Norwegian’s Montreal flights to West Indies won’t be back next winter

Less than four months after it launched its West Indies flights out of Montreal, low-cost carrier Norwegian says the routes won’t be renewed for winter 2019/2020.
Read more

Storm moves east, dumping snow and closing schools throughout the Maritimes

A massive winter storm that descended on southern Ontario has moved into the Maritimes, closing schools throughout the region and shuttering many businesses for the day.
Read more
ACV launches 2019/2020 Sun Collection with agents in mind: “We listened to you”
ACV-launches-2019-2020-Sun-Collection-with-agents-in-mind-We-listened-to-you-9-cover
Air Canada Vacations knows just how valuable its travel agent partners are.
Mexico’s Los Cabos braces for approaching storm Lorena
Mexico's-Los-Cabos-braces-for-approaching-storm-Lorena
Owners pulled boats from the water and hauled them away on trailers, while shopkeepers put plywood over windows and...
Dubai ready to host the world at Expo 2020
Dubai-ready-to-host-the-world-at-Expo-2020
To give you a better idea of just how big Expo 2020 will be, it will span a surface area equivalent to 400 football...
Riu Emerald Bay adds new guestrooms, water park and kids club
Riu-Emerald-Bay-adds-new-guestrooms-water-park-and-kids-club
Riu Emerald Bay in Mazatlán is looking better than ever following the addition of a brand new section, water park and...
View all News






Get travel news right to your inbox!