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Canadians flown home as Haiti situation escalates

Air Canada flight AC1815 departed Port-au-Prince, Haiti with 209 customers and 16 crew and support employees onboard a Boeing 767-300ER Air Canada Rouge aircraft yesterday.
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Ottawa advises against all travel to Haiti as Canadians remain trapped amid unrest

The federal government has issued a new advisory for Haiti, saying Canadians should avoid all travel to the Caribbean country as it works to get out citizens trapped there.
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Royal Caribbean restarts Haiti port calls after recent protest

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. on Tuesday re-established port calls to its fenced-in site and beach attraction in northern Haiti after suspending visits just over a week ago.
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Transat introduces new vacation packages to Haiti from Montreal

MONTREAL — Transat is introducing new seven- and 14-day vacation packages to Haiti from Montreal.
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Do it yourself FAMs for agents by Occidental

Enjoy a world beyond your expectations at Occidental Hotels & Resorts. Our all-inclusive beachfront resorts will delight you with deluxe accommodations, sparkling pools, exceptional dining, premium beverages and a host of daily activities and entertainment. Upgrade to the exclusive Royal Club featuring highly personalized VIP service including private check-in, restaurants, pool and beach areas with […]
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Carnival signs letter of intent to develop $70 million Haiti port

Carnival Corp., said it signed a memorandum of understanding last week with the Haitian government.
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G Adventures’ 10-day Highlights of Haiti has five departures for 2015

TORONTO — G Adventures has announced five Haiti departures starting in February 2015, five years after a powerful earthquake shook the world’s largest creole country. The 10-day Highlights of Haiti trip is available to book now and is priced from $2,499 per person. Highlights include Cap-Haïtien and its UNESCO designated mountaintop fortress, Citadelle Laferrière, learning about rum […]
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UNESCO to inspect wreckage that could be Columbus ship in Haiti

UNESCO will send a team of experts to a shipwreck off northern Haiti believed to be the remains of the Santa Maria.
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Sunwing’s latest 737 MAX update, plus new ‘Countdown to Summer Sale’
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Sunwing has announced additional flying capacity and a reconfigured schedule without the Boeing 737 MAX 8 following the...
Robert Reed joins ACV as Manager, National Accounts
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Air Canada Vacations has appointed Robert Reed, a former director at Transat, as its new Manager of National Accounts.
Club Med lays first stone of Québec Charlevoix, announces opening date
The first stone has been set at the highly anticipated Club Med Québec Charlevoix, a milestone moment that was...
Belfast Int’l Arts Festival another reason to visit Northern Ireland
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With 66,000 Canadian visitors to Northern Ireland - up 8% year over year - Tourism Ireland wants to give travellers...
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