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Sunwing to further boost Mazatlán service with new flights from Ottawa

Sunwing continues to shine the spotlight on the ‘Pearl of the Pacific’ with news of direct flight service to Mazatlán from Canada’s capital city.
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Canada’s airlines want longer runway for security screening overhaul

The federal plan to revamp Canada's air-security screening system is running into headwinds from major airlines, which are urging the government to take things slow to get the changes right.
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Ottawa advises against all travel to Haiti as Canadians remain trapped amid unrest

The federal government has issued a new advisory for Haiti, saying Canadians should avoid all travel to the Caribbean country as it works to get out citizens trapped there.
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Ottawa unveils world’s first air travel research facility

Canada’s Minister of Transport, Marc Garneau, has announced the launch of the new Centre for Air Travel Research, the world’s first and only facility to study the air travel experience from start to finish.
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Ottawa updates travel advisory for Nicaragua

It’s been making strides in recent years especially as a boutique wellness destination but it’s one step forward, two steps back for Nicaragua, now mired in a fresh bout of civil unrest.
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Le Boat opens first North American destination on the Rideau Canal

Le Boat’s 2018 Rideau Canal Cruises are officially open for the season following a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Kilmarnock Lock Station in Jasper, ON.
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Air Canada adds more weather advisories for Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa

Air Canada has extended its extreme cold temperature alerts for Pearson Airport and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and added new extreme cold temperature alerts.
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Ottawa ramps up tourist appeal leading up to Canada 150 celebration

OTTAWA — Ottawa may have a reputation as a quiet government city, but there are a number of ways the capital is loosening its collar and transforming ahead of Canada’s 150th birthday – a time when 1.75 million new tourists are expected to flood in, bringing the total to an expected 10 million by year’s […]
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Canada has a lot to offer travellers during sesquicentennial year

Canada already has a lot to offer travellers, but as the country celebrates its 150th birthday in 2017 with a year full of sesquicentennial celebrations, there's even more to see and do.
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Urban businesses push Ottawa to improve airports to attract tourists

A coalition of business leaders in Canada's largest cities is putting pressure on Ottawa to reduce security screening times and cut travelling costs to bolster a prime engine of the country's economy.
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Agents keeping calm through coronavirus panic, providing common sense advice
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Any expectations for smooth sailing in the first weeks of 2020 were dashed as soon as reports of the coronavirus...
Carnival Cruise Line launches new air-booking functionality
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Booking Carnival Cruise Line has never been easier now that it has launched a new Fly2Fun air option.
Royalton Grenada Resort, opening March 1, announces introductory offer
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Ahead of its March 1 opening, Royalton Grenada Resort & Spa has announced a special introductory offer that includes...
Holland America cancels 4 Asia cruises, refunds & credits being issued
Holland America cancels 4 Asia cruises, refunds and cruise credits being issued
Holland America Line has announced the cancellation of four upcoming Asia cruises as a result of the ongoing COVID-19...
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