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Air Canada ups its game at Pearson with brand new facilities

There’s nothing more comforting or more convenient than a coffee shop, which is why Air Canada has recreated its very own at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
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Park’N Fly introduces its lowest weekly parking rate of the summer

For a limited time Park’N Fly is offering discounted rates for the peak summer season.
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Air Canada opens Maple Leaf Lounge Express at Toronto Pearson

Air Canada has unveiled the brand new Maple Leaf Lounge Express, its second premium lounge product at Toronto Pearson International Airport Terminal 1.
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Air Canada ‘anticipating a normal day’ after IT outage

Air Canada says it's expecting a ``normal day'' after a system-wide outage affected flights across the country on Tuesday, but a spokesman for the airline urges passengers to check their flight's status before heading to the airport.
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Lufthansa gears up for A350-900’s arrival at Toronto Pearson

When Lufthansa flight LH494 touches down at Toronto’s Pearson Airport on March 31 it will mark the first time an Airbus A350-900 has arrived in the city from Europe.
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Operations largely back to normal at Toronto’s Pearson airport after fire

Operations at Toronto's Pearson International Airport had largely returned to normal Monday morning after a fire the night before triggered an evacuation and major flight disruptions.
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Toronto airport runway setup poses serious crash risk, safety board finds

Air safety authorities say the runway setup at Toronto's Pearson International Airport poses a serious risk of crashes.
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Passenger satisfaction rises at Canada’s three largest airports

A J.D. Power survey says passenger satisfaction has improved in two years at Canada's three largest airports.
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Flair pulls out of Hamilton amid “increased competition”

Facing increased competition from Swoop, Flair Airlines has announced that it will stop serving Hamilton International Airport and add more flights to Toronto Pearson.
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What are the busiest days for Toronto Pearson? Avoid Fridays in August

Canada’s biggest airport says it will welcome more than 10 million passengers between Canada Day and Labour Day this summer, an increase of more than 30% compared to the same period five years ago.
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“100% committed to travel agents” and why the GDS booking fee was a success: Lufthansa
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Lufthansa Group is moving ahead with plans for increasingly customized seating and cabins in its new 777Xs, and at the...
U.S. consumer media outlet says it has a D.R. update
U.S. consumer media outlet says it has a D.R. update
At least one report coming out of the U.S. suggests that the eight American tourist deaths in the D.R. were due to...
Marriott makes headway into all-inclusive market with Elegant acquisition
Marriott makes headway into all-inclusive market with acquisition of Elegant Hotels
Marriott International is buying Elegant Hotels Group in a cash agreement valued at US$130.1 million, further cementing...
“Live in the moment”: How PONANT differs from other cruise lines
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You can argue that the one and only downside to PONANT is the fact that its in-cabin Nespresso machines aren’t...
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