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Transport watchdog fines four airlines $45,000 under new passenger bill of rights

Canada's transport watchdog has slapped four of the country's biggest airlines with $45,000 in fines for violating new passenger protection rules.
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Drunken, disorderly passenger forced to pay WestJet over $20,000

For one WestJet passenger, a few drinks have not only led to a bad hangover but also a hefty fine of over $20,000.
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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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