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Air Transat introduces flights to San Diego, enhances U.S. offering
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Air Transat, named the World's Best Leisure Airline by Skytrax, will launch the only direct flight between Montreal and San Diego, California, in the summer of 2020. In addition, in light of the great interest in New Orleans, a new destination Air Transat will be offering for the first time this winter, the airline will extend its flights to the summer of 2020. Finally, more flights to Florida from Montreal and Quebec City will be added to the program. Read More.
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Moving In: Making the best of your venue set-up
Prepping for an event can be daunting. And while booking the venue, crafting the itinerary, and arranging guests are all essential steps, so too is ensuring that the move-in day goes off without a hitch. Read More.
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Delta And Marriott Named Best Airline And Hotel Chain For Business Travelers
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines and Bethesda-based Marriott International have been voted as the top airline and hotel chain respectively for business travellers in North America. The honours were announced on October 7th and come from Business Traveller Magazine, a United Kingdom-based magazine that focuses specifically on business travel. Read More.
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Air Canada Will Now Use Gender-Neutral Announcements Onboard Flights
This year, we’ve seen a few airlines up their game for the benefit of gender equality. Air Canda is the latest airline to join in. It has asked all its staff to make gender-neutral announcements. The news was first obtained by La Presse, who reported that an email had been sent to all employees informing them that they can no longer greet passengers in the usual binary way. Read More.
Industry News
Flight Network Releases The Most Definitive List of The World’s 50 Most Beautiful Cities
Exhibitor Magazine recognizes Vancouver Convention Centre recognized as 2020 Center of Excellence
ECC launches responsible meetings program with first net-zero convention in Edmonton
WestJet’s flagship lounge in Calgary
Swoop adds London-Las Vegas to its network of transborder flights
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