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Monday, September 9, 2019
Sunwing - Top leaderboard (newsletter) - Sept 6

British Airways cancels nearly 1,700 flights amidst pilot strike

British Airways was forced to cancel nearly all of its 1,700 planned flights for today and tomorrow (Sept. 10), after the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) announced a planned strike for Sept. 9 and Sept. 10.

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Transat - standard banner (newsletter) - Sept 6

NCL promotes Ian Smyth to business development director

Ian Smyth has been promoted to business development director for Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), PAX has learned.

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TravelBrands - Standard banner (Newsletter) - Sept 5

PAX On Location: JAPEX 2019 kicks off in Montego Bay

The 29th annual Jamaican Product Exchange (JAPEX) kicks off today in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

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Condor - Standard banner (newsletter) - July 1

Bahamas tourist board urges travellers to keep vacation plans in place

Despite a devastating blow by Hurricane Dorian on Sept. 1, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation is urging travellers to keep their vacation plans to the islands. The majority of the 700 islands and cays have been unaffected, including several popular tourist spots.

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Silk Holidays - Standard banner (newsletter) - Sept 9

Monday Minute: TravelOnly's Melanie Corey

The 'Monday Minute' is a weekly feature at PAX dedicated to highlighting the movers, shakers, leaders and rule-breakers in Canada's travel agent community. Wanna be profiled? Wanna nominate someone? Email!

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PAX magazine - Standard banner (newsletter) - Sept 3

U.S. Virgin Islands is back in business

The United States Virgin islands are actively promoting new tourism product, with a renewed commitment to the Canadian market, and the hopes of re-establishing its partnerships with major Canadian airlines.

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Porter - BIg box (newsletter) - August 25, 2019 Norwegian Cruise Line - Big box (Newsletter) - Sept 9


Air passenger protections: airlines fined $45K by CTA for lack of signage

The fines, which were levied against the airlines on Aug. 27, are the first to be handed out since phase one of CTA’s Air Passenger Protection Regulations went into effect on July 15.

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Air Canada opens cafe at Toronto Pearson

Air Canada is serving up its newest offering for premium customers with the opening of the Air Canada Café at Toronto Pearson International Airport.

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Travel Agents Care raising funds for Bahamas

Founded several years ago by a group of travel agents committed to making a difference in the world, Travel Agents Care is an organization that aims to give back to communities and countries affected by natural disasters through fundraising efforts.

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