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Vancouver and Toronto Regulate Short-Term Rentals

First set of city rules and regulations in Canada go into effect this year, likely reducing the number of short-term rental options for visitors.

Vancouver and Toronto Regulate Short-Term Rentals
American Airlines to Add Dozens of New Routes and NY-Chicago Shuttle in 2018

American's 2018 schedule includes 52 new nonstop flights to domestic and international points.

American Airlines to Add Dozens of New Routes and NY-Chicago Shuttle in 2018
Travel Professionals International Appoints Zeina Gedeon CEO

The longtime travel industry executive had previously served as the president and CEO of Air Canada Vacations.

Travel Professionals International Appoints Zeina Gedeon CEO
United Airlines to Launch Premium Economy Sometime in 2018

The option will include more space per seat, upgraded dining on china dinnerware, free alcoholic beverages, a Saks Fifth Avenue blanket and pillow, and more.

United Airlines to Launch Premium Economy Sometime in 2018
The Ultimate Guide to Tipping While Traveling

Whom to tip, when, and how much? Rich Thomaselli gives some guidelines that travel advisors can pass along to their clients.

The Ultimate Guide to Tipping While Traveling
Adventures by Disney Expands River Cruise Options

New sailings on the Seine offer specialized itineraries for families and adults-only.

Adventures by Disney Expands River Cruise Options
Bomb Cyclone Delay Raises Issue of Clients' Rights When Service Goes Awry

An airport incident between passengers and a Canadian airline in Boston during the “bomb cyclone” highlights the tensions that can rise when there are significant delays.

Bomb Cyclone Delay Raises Issue of Clients' Rights When Service Goes Awry
Wyndham Worldwide to Buy Midscale Hotel Brand La Quinta

The world’s largest hotel company adds to its midscale and upper-midscale portfolio.

Wyndham Worldwide to Buy Midscale Hotel Brand La Quinta
Recovery Moves Forward As Caribbean Islands Look to Welcome Travelers

Months after Hurricanes Irma and Maria slammed the region, islands such as Anguilla and Puerto Rico, and more are still recovering.

Recovery Moves Forward As Caribbean Islands Look to Welcome Travelers
Transat Vice President Denise Heffron Announces Retirement

Heffron, who joined the Transat team in 1993, is retiring after almost 25 years of work with the company.

Transat Vice President Denise Heffron Announces Retirement
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Most Beautiful Train Stations From Around The World

1. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, India.
2. Grand Central Terminal, USA.
3. Liege-Guillemins, Belgium.
4. St. Pancras International, UK.
5. Dunedin Station, New Zealand

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