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This is how theme park visits could change in the wake of COVID-19

ORLANDO — There’s no reopening date yet for Florida’s biggest theme parks like Walt Disney World Resort, SeaWorld and Universal Orlando
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Universal temporarily shutters parks, postpones opening of Dockside Inn

Universal Orlando Resort has followed Disney’s lead in temporarily closing its theme parks, and is also postponing the launch of its latest hotel.
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Break out of winter hibernation with outdoor fun in the Sunshine State

As Canadians hibernate through the winter months, Florida takes an ‘Outdoor Everything’ approach to winter, with new and unique experiences for visitors that take full advantage of the mild temperatures at this time of year.
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Air Transat adds more flights to U.S. sun destinations

Air Transat has revealed the first of its new flights for its summer 2020 flight program.
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Sunwing and WestJet Vacations now offering packages with Florida’s Balmoral Resort

Agents can now book Florida’s Balmoral Resort with two of Canada’s leading tour operators – Sunwing Vacations and WestJet Vacations.
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LEGOLAND Florida to debut third on-site hotel next year

A date has been set for the opening of North America’s very first LEGO Pirate hotel.
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Hurricane Dorian has Florida in its sights; airlines, cruise lines make contingency plans

Transat is waiving change fees for flights to Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando, and WestJet has extended its rebooking window for five Florida destinations, as Hurricane Dorian churns towards Florida, potentially as a Category 4 storm.
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Hurricane Dorian could hit Florida as Category 3 storm

Hurricane Dorian is strengthening as it moves toward the U.S. Southeast coast.
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WestJet adds Florida & Nassau to travel advisory list for TS Dorian

WestJet is now offering flexible rebooking options for five Florida gateways plus Nassau as Tropical Storm Dorian hones in on Puerto Rico at close to hurricane strength.
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Budget cuts not a problem, says Visit Florida, Canada still a top priority

Any concerns about Visit Florida losing steam in the Canadian market following hefty budget cuts were eased yesterday at a media luncheon in Toronto, where much of the talk centered on Canadian initiatives and the importance of travel agents.
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“We have to be the guiding light in our industry”: Interview with Bruce Poon Tip
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G Adventures has always been an innovator, and it’s not adverse to challenges. Now, like the rest of the industry...
Royal Caribbean Group now owns 100% of Silversea Cruises
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Royal Caribbean Group now has full ownership of Silversea Cruises after purchasing the remaining one-third stake in the...
Trafalgar, Costsaver private group tours offer peace of mind
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With social bubbles now part of the ‘new normal’, Trafalgar and Costsaver have launched new private group tours on...
“Wear to care”: WTTC urges all travellers to wear a mask
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The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has entered the debate over face masks, urging all travellers to “wear to...
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