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Shorter screening times for low risk travellers at Canadian Airports

December 18, 2014 By Airline Ticket Centre

If you are a NEXUS cardholder and are flying to the United States, you will be able to take advantage of the dedicated screening lines that would open at several Canadian airports, according an announcement made by federal government. The other travelers that come under low-risk traveler category like members of the Canadian and American armed forces, uniformed airline crew members, members of the

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New Voyage by Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines : Arctic Explorer

December 8, 2014 By Airline Ticket Centre

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has revealed its new Arctic Explorer Voyage after the huge success of its first-ever 'Arctic Explorer' cruise for 2015. Their first Arctic Explorer cruise was sold out within a week. The next Arctic Explorer Voyage to one of world's most hard to reach region, will sail in the Summer of 2016. According to the press release on Fred Olsen website, "Black Watch’s 26

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Virgin All Set for Cruising

December 5, 2014 By Airline Ticket Centre

British entrepreneur and founder of Virgin Group, Sir Richard Branson is all set to wet his feet in cruising business in partnership with private investment firm Bain Capital. In a joint statement the companies announced that this new cruise company will be homes in Miami-Fort Lauderdale but did not announce any tentative date for the launch. Planning is to design and construct two new cruise ship

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Non-stop flight to India from Toronto by Air Canada

December 5, 2014 By Airline Ticket Centre

Air Canada announced that they will be launching a direct, non-stop flight to India from Toronto next year in the beginning of November.Calin Rovinescu, president and chief executive officer of Air Canada said, "Air Canada's strategy to grow its Toronto Pearson hub and international presence is taking a major step forward with the addition of Delhi to our extensive global network. We will be o

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India Launched Tourist E-visa services for 43 countries

December 1, 2014 By Airline Ticket Centre

The union government of India announced the launch of much waited visa on arrival facility for over 40 countries online. The e-visa facility for inbound travelers to India includes the citizens of US, Australia, Japan, Israel, Germany, Singapore to name a few. With this facility visitors from these selected 43 countries can apply for the visa online from their homes and get it on arrival withi

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Oil Prices are Dropping but Not Air Ticket Fares

November 21, 2014 By Airline Ticket Centre

Because of the recent drop in oil price the airline companies in North America are making a lot of money. But these airlines are not sharing their profits with their clients and neither are looking into reducing their fares for that matter.On the contrary, fares are going up and the bag fees that Airlines instituted in 2008 in response to the fuel prices spiked are not going away either. Some

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New Boarding System by Air Canada

November 17, 2014 By Airline Ticket Centre

The delays caused by Boarding costs Airlines a lot of money and that is why Airlines keep on trying different boarding patterns to reduce the boarding time, passenger discomfort and save money. In the same direction Air Canada is preparing to launch a new boarding system for better performance and smoother passenger experience.The airline to launch this new five-zone boarding system just right

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