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Hola Sun - Background skin (newsletter) left - Dec 13 2021 to Jan 9 2022 30th Anniversary
Thursday, January 6, 2022
Sunwing - Top leaderboard (newsletter) -  Jan 5 and 6 2022 Wild Wednesday

Transat cancelling nearly 30% of flights departing from Jan. 6 to Feb. 25

In response to the rising COVID-19 Omicron variant and Canada’s restrictive travel measures, Air Transat is cancelling nearly 30 per cent of the flights in its network for departures scheduled from Jan. 6 to Feb 25, 2022, PAX has learned.

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Norwegian, Royal Caribbean cancel voyages amid Omicron surge

Concerns over rising Omicron-related COVID-19 infections has prompted at least two major cruise lines to cancel sailings, signalling a new set of challenges for the pandemic-ravaged cruise industry.

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Cruise CEO - Standard Banner (Newsletter) - Jan 3 to 9 2022 Looking for a new host

G Adventures rewards travel heroes in G-Normous campaign

Now in its ninth consecutive year, G-Normous is back bigger than ever before with $75K worth of cash and prizes up for grabs across the U.S. and Canada to thank travel agents for their support and for being heroes over this past year.

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Marie Rachel Charlebois departs TravelOnly, Claudine Chayer takes over as Director of Quebec

TravelOnly shared an internal head office update on Thursday (Jan. 6), announcing that its Director of Quebec, Marie Rachel Charlebois, will be departing the company to begin a new venture outside of the travel industry. Replacing Marie Rachel will be Claudine Chayer, who has been with TravelOnly for 10 years.

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Shorten quarantine for COVID-positive travellers, CHTA tells Caribbean islands

If a traveller tests positive for COVID-19 while in the Caribbean, his or her quarantine time should be reduced to seven days from 14, the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is arguing.

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TTAND - Standard Banner (Newsletter) - Jan 6 to 31 2022

Celestyal unveils "Wave Season" offers with savings of up to 30% off

Celestyal Cruises has announced its “Escape Back to the Blue” Wave season campaign with savings up to 30 percent off select 2022 sailings booked from now through March 31, 2022.

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VIDEOTORIAL: Take your vacation to the next level at Majestic Elegance Costa Mujeres

Jet set to warmer destinations this winter. Set on the shores of Mexico’s Costa Mujeres and only 20 minutes away from Cancun, 5-star Majestic Elegance Costa Mujeres exudes - as its name suggests - elegance. Learn more in this week's videotorial courtesy of Transat.

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

The Bahamas suspends mandatory PCR testing; antigen accepted

The Bahamas has suspended the mandatory RT-PCR testing requirement for vaccinated travellers, which was expected to take effect on Jan. 7, 2022. Vaccinated travellers, and children ages 2-11, may continue to present either a negative rapid antigen test or negative RT-PCR test.

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Air Canada announces destination suspensions; “We’ve got this,” writes ACV’s Montagnese

Nino Montagnese, vice-president, Air Canada Vacations, released a letter to the trade on Wednesday (Jan. 5), confirming that the resurgence of COVID-19 and new government regulations has led to “unavoidable disruptions” to Air Canada’s flight schedule from Jan. 24 to April 30, 2022.

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“Unacceptable behaviour”: Feds blast maskless influencer party on Sunwing plane

A chartered Sunwing flight from Montreal to Cancun on which Quebec-based influencers partied maskless might have produced some selfies. But the passengers on board might be in for a long-term hangover now that Transport Canada is investigating. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, on Wednesday, called the group's actions "a slap in the face."

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