Icy Strait Point
The partnership will benefit the Hoonah community, home to approximately 750 people, including approximately 80 percent of Icy Strait Point’s employees.
Canadian and British flags
​​​​​​​A new Open Skies-type agreement has just been signed between Canada and the United Kingdom, which encourages long-term, sustainable competition and the development of international air services.
airline up in the air
Passenger traffic in the region has more than doubled since 2002 and is expected to continue growing over the next two decades - increasing from 0.4 trips per capita in 2017 to nearly 0.9 trips per capita in 2037.
South American scenery
A growing disposable income and rise in ageing population who have the time as well as monetary resources for travel also have a positive effect on the tourism in the South America region.
NexusTours Rolls Out Agent Booking Channel

NexusTours, a destination management company operating in the Caribbean and Latin America, has launched an agent booking channel, the Travel Partner Portal, through its new online distribution platform, NexusCube.

Ryanair, Belgian Staff Ink Labor Agreement

Belgian Labor Law will apply to all Ryanair pilots and cabin crew in Belgium no later than January 31st next year.

IAG Posts Hefty Profits amid Rising Fuel Prices

The company – which owns British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus and other European carriers – said it would issue an interim dividend of 14.5 cents per share.

Costa Rica Tourism Beguiles Agents in Toronto

Speaking to a crowd of more than 100 agents in downtown Toronto, officials said there are two seasons in Costa Rica; “a dry season and a green season.”

06, Dec, 18

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd., a leading global cruise company operating the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands, announced a partnership with Alaska Native-owned Huna Totem Corporation to develop a second cruise pier in Icy Strait Point, Huna Totem’s

04, Dec, 18

A new Open Skies-type agreement has just been signed between Canada and the United Kingdom, which encourages long-term, sustainable competition and the development of international air services.

22, Nov, 18

Demand for air travel in Latin American is expected to double in the next two decades thanks to anticipated growth of the region’s middle class from 350 million people to 520 million by 2037, and evolving airline business mode

17, Nov, 18

Tourism is one of the important pillars for the South American economy.

11, Nov, 18

NexusTours, a destination management company operating in the Caribbean and Latin America, has launched an agent booking channel, the Travel Partner Portal, through its new online distribution platform, NexusCube.

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