Tuesday September 22, 2020
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Destination wedding specialists still saying ‘I do’ despite COVID

For Pamela Walker, the glass really is half empty and half full. 
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Sandals now offering complimentary live video streaming & more for destination weddings

Sandals Resorts is going above and beyond for love, with new virtual tools and packages that allow for vows to go on, even in the midst of a global pandemic. 
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Mexico welcomes first Conrad resort in Riviera Nayarit

Hilton’s very first Conrad resort in Mexico has officially opened its doors to guests following a delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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New reopening dates for nine Palladium properties

Palladium Hotel Group is reopening more resorts this fall in Riviera Maya and the D.R., following the successful reopening of several properties in Mexico and Jamaica.
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Deep industry frustration, says IATA, as restrictions keep travel demand down

The health and safety of a country’s citizens are always the top priority but “too many governments are fighting a global pandemic in isolation with a view that closing borders is the only solution,” says IATA’s Director General and CEO, Alexandre de Juniac.
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The latest resorts to reopen in Aruba, Bermuda, SVG & more

Though Canada’s mandatory 14-day quarantine has just been extended to Sept. 30 for anyone arriving in or returning to the country, Canadians can take comfort knowing that a growing number of resorts have announced their reopening, ready to welcome back guests when they feel comfortable enough to travel again.
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Two industry veterans tell us about their DIY fams with ACV to the Mayan Riviera

Samantha Stasiuk is no stranger to the travel industry and its challenges. After all, she’s been a travel agent for the past 23 years.
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More than 800 lose jobs at Universal Orlando hotels

Hotels at the Universal Orlando Resort announced more than 800 employees will be losing their jobs as the Florida theme park industry continues to be devastated by the pandemic.
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UN: Global tourism lost $320 billion in 5 months from virus

The tourism global industry has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic, with $320 billion lost in exports in the first five months of the year and more than 120 million jobs at risk, the U.N. chief said Tuesday.
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New video highlights TTC’s Xigeria Safari Lodge 

A new video from The Travel Corporation and two its many brands, Red Carnation Hotels and African Travel Inc., offers a sneak peek at the new Xigeria Safari Lodge in Botswana.
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