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Hong Kong situation worsens with latest violence

Protests in Hong Kong, ongoing for more than six months now, have ramped up with heightened tension and a stand-off at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
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The new A350-1000, the latest stats and Hong Kong today: Cathay Pacific Q&A

Cathay Pacific is marking 25 years of nonstop flights between Toronto and Hong Kong with the introduction of the new A350-1000 to the route, starting this Sunday, October 27.
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Hong Kong leader renews appeal for dialogue with protesters

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday renewed an appeal to pro-democracy protesters to halt violence and engage in dialogue, as the city's richest man urged the government to provide a way out for the mostly young demonstrators.
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Has Hong Kong’s political unrest impacted bookings? Tour ops, HKTB weigh in

There could be a light at the end of the tunnel for anyone selling Hong Kong, now that government officials have withdrawn the controversial extradition bill. Here in Canada, tour operators are waiting to see how the situation in Hong Kong unfolds.
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Canada raises travel warning amid escalating protests in Hong Kong

The federal government has issued a travel advisory that urges Canadians travelling to Hong Kong to exercise ``a high degree of caution'' because of the escalating protests in the city.
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Hong Kong protesters take their cause to airport arrivals

Protesters crowded into one of the world's busiest airports, greeting international visitors to Hong Kong with anti-government chants Friday in an effort to raise awareness of their pro-democracy movement.
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Three Canadian agents among winners of HKS Club Incentive contest

Three Canadian travel agents were given the trip of a lifetime last month after winning the Hong Kong Specialist (HKS) Club Incentive contest.
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1000+ flights cancelled in Hong Kong due to Manghkut, U.K. braces for Helene’s arrival

Nearly 1,200 flights were officially cancelled in and out of Hong Kong International Airport over the weekend as Typhoon Manghkut made landfall with a vengeance.
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Canadian visitation to Hong Kong is up in first half of 2018

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has reported over 30.6 million visitor arrivals in the first half of 2018 as well as a significant uptick in Canadians from January to June.
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Win a trip to Hong Kong with the Hong Kong Tourism Board

To reward agents for their efforts in selling Hong Kong, The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has launched a contest for all Hong Kong Specialists to stand a chance to win one of three 5-night trips to Hong Kong.
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Air Canada’s booking capability is back up and running following system migration
Air Canada says booking capability should be back up and running later today
It’s “business as usual” for Air Canada now that it has successfully migrated to a new reservation system.
Just-formed Serenade Caribbean Hotels to open flagship in Punta Cana
Just-formed Serenade Caribbean Hotels to open all-inc resort in Punta Cana
A new player has entered the all-inclusive market in the Caribbean – the newly-formed Serenade Caribbean Hotels...
NCL’s Great Stirrup Cay debuts new beachfront area with 38 villas
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Norwegian Cruise Line has unveiled an exclusive oceanfront, resort-style destination on Great Stirrup Cay, its private...
TAP Air Portugal to add nonstops from Montreal and Boston in 2020
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TAP Air Portugal continues to expand in North America with the announcement of two new routes coming in 2020 to...
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