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August traffic was up but still well below annual growth: IATA

Though global passenger traffic was up in August, says IATA, growth remains slow overall in some key markets.
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AirlinePros Canada handling BSP coordination for Air NiuGini

AirlinePros Canada Inc. has announced that Air NiuGini (PX/656) is now an active member of BSP Canada.
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Passenger demand up, open borders still essential: IATA

Global passenger traffic was up 5% in June, reports IATA, a slight increase from the 4.7% year-over-year-growth recorded in May.
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“Airlines are connecting more people and places than ever before,” says IATA

Global air connectivity is more accessible than ever, says IATA, which just released performance figures for 2018.
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“We believe we have made it very clear what is within the airline’s control”: Garneau

The new air passenger bill of rights, the first phase effective today, relies on some level of common sense on the part of both passengers and airlines. Is that a pipe dream?
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Canadian airlines ask appeal court to quash new passenger rights rules

Canadian airlines are among hundreds of carriers asking the Federal Court of Appeal to quash new rules that beef up compensation for passengers subjected to delayed flights and damaged luggage.
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IATA stresses importance of open borders following slowdown in passenger growth rate

Global passenger traffic results were up in May but are still below the 20-year average growth rate, reports IATA.
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New problem discovered with 737 Max jet, IATA urges further pilot training

A new computer problem has been found in the troubled Boeing 737 Max that will further delay the plane’s return to flying after two deadly crashes, according to two people familiar with the matter.
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Airlines downgrade 2019 forecast amid trade spats, fuel hike

The International Air Transport Association is lowering its 2019 profit forecast for the airline industry amid rising fuel prices and weakening world trade.
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IATA says Boeing jet won’t return before August

The Boeing 737 Max jet that was grounded after two deadly crashes will not fly before mid-August at the earliest, the global airline trade group said Wednesday.
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Uniworld’s new Super Ship, S.S. São Gabriel, set to debut April 9, 2020
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Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection has released the first images of its new Super Ship, S.S. São Gabriel, set...
Joni Rein leads VIVA Cruises’ push into the North American market
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VIVA Cruises is bringing its four-star river cruise product into the North American market with operations led by Joni...
Karen Scott Caplice is Travel Edge’s new Director, Advisor Relationships – Canada
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Travel Edge has promoted Karen Scott Caplice to Director, Advisor Relationships – Canada for Travel Edge Luxury...
CTO announces closure of NYC, London offices and audit of Barbados HQ
CTO announces closure of NYC, London offices and audit of Barbados HQ
BARBADOS — As reported Oct. 15 on Travelweek.ca, the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) has announced plans to...
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