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Carnival Cruise Line firms up future fleet plan

Though unable to operate at this time due to ongoing travel restrictions, Carnival Cruise Line is using this time to make plans for the future that include a brand new ship and new homeports.
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Carnival’s Mardi Gras won’t sail until February 2021; notifications going out to agents today

Carnival has had to push back the delivery date for its new Mardi Gras ship a second time, as the COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc with the cruise industry and shipyards.
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Carnival, MSC, Royal Caribbean update cancellations

Many cruise companies had already extended their suspension of operations beyond the summer months and into the fall months, but there were a few notable holdouts. 
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The COVID-19 Questionnaire: Mike Julius – Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival Cruise Line has set its sights on resuming operations on Aug. 1 following a multi-month pause in operations due to COVID-19. Though long-time cruisers, including Carnival Cruise Line’s vice president of field sales for North America, Mike Julius
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“Agents are not in this alone”: Bonus commission, new video from Carnival

While generating forward bookings right now is a challenge to say the least, Carnival is looking to support agents by enhancing its ‘Onboard with You’ pledge with an added incentive.
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More Carnival cancellations and update for HAL’s Zaandam, Rotterdam

Carnival has extended its suspension of operations through May 11, cancelling all sailings on all ships through and including that date. Carnival’s announcement follows similar moves made in recent days by NCL, Holland America, MSC, Seabourn, Cunard and more.
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CLIA suspends U.S. operations across ocean-going cruise lines

CLIA has made the extraordinary move to voluntarily and temporarily suspend ocean-going cruise ship operations from and to U.S. ports of call for 30 days.
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Carnival Cruise Line to embark on 100-city training program

Carnival Cruise Line is hitting the road for its ‘100 GoCCL Trainings’, scheduled to take place in 100 cities throughout Canada, the U.S., Puerto Rico and Barbados in 2020.
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Carnival Cruise Line launches new air-booking functionality

Booking Carnival Cruise Line has never been easier now that it has launched a new Fly2Fun air option.
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Med cruises & summer in New York with Carnival Magic in 2021

Carnival Magic’s 2021 schedule includes two transatlantic crossings, a series of European voyages, a summer schedule from New York and Caribbean sailings from Port Canaveral.
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Transat’s new winter program includes over 40 destinations
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After resuming operations on July 23, Transat has unveiled its winter program, featuring flights to over dozens of...
G Adventures has ‘Book Your Bubble Collection’ for family & friends
G Adventures launches ‘Book Your Bubble Collection’ for groups of family & friends
TORONTO — In response to increased demand for small group travel, G Adventures has launched a new ‘Book Your Bubble...
Hawaii drops 14-day quarantine for trans-Pacific travellers Sept. 1
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Effective Sept. 1 Hawaii is allowing all trans-Pacific travellers to forgo the 14-day quarantine providing they have...
Porter Airlines pushes back restart date to Oct. 7
Porter Airlines pushes back restart date to Oct. 7
Porter Airlines has pushed back its restart date to Oct. 7.
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