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Monday, June 3, 2019
Sunwing - Top banner (newsletter) - May 31

PAX On Location: IPW now underway in California

Thousands of travel exhibitors and media from around the world gather for the 51st annual IPW, the U.S. Travel Association’s leading international inbound travel trade show.

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Transat - Standard banner (newsletter) - June 1

WestJet introduces non-stop Calgary-Dublin route

On June 1, WestJet launched its brand new non-stop route between Calgary and Dublin, making it the only airline in the world to offer such a route.

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TravelBrands - Standard banner (Newsletter) - May 30

June issue of PAX magazine available now!

PAX magazine is back in print. Our cover story features Gary Sadler, Senior Vice-President of Sales, Unique Vacations (Sandals & Beaches Resorts). Plus, don't miss our LGBTQ cruising guide, as well as a special feature on the habits of today's senior travellers.

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PAX Travel Jobs - Standard (newsletter) - Jan 9

PHOTOS: We toured the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

Over the weekend, PAX was among the first individuals to experience the brand new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge attraction at Disneyland in Anaheim, California.

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PAX magazine - Standard banner (newsletter) - June 3

Monday Minute: Marlin Travel's Justin Clarey

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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5G Wi-Fi in the sky by 2021, according to Gogo

WiFi provider Gogo will launch a 5G network for aviation in 2021, designed for use on business aviation aircraft, commercial regional jets and smaller mainline jets operating within the contiguous United States and Canada.

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RIU opens two all-inclusive hotels in the Maldives

Riu Atoll and Riu Palace Maldivas are 4- and 5-star hotels respectively and they are located on Dhaalu Atoll. Both hotels offer guests suites over the magnificent Indian Ocean.

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New air rules say musical instruments can fly

Effective July 15, 2019, Air Passenger Protection Regulations within the Canadian Transportation Act will include language that ensures that all air carriers must accept musical instruments unless security or safety is an issue.

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