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Passengers who want to fly between Atlantic City and Toronto will have another travel option starting in the fall.
Porter Airlines is introducing year-round flights between Thunder Bay and Toronto City Centre Airport (TCCA) following strong interest in advance of the summer schedule debuting today.
AeroMexico, the global airline of Latin America, has announced that it will expand its North American operations significantly with new service to Toronto, Canada, San Francisco and Denver in early 20
(August 25, 2008) - Jet Airways, India’s premier international airline, will connect Bengaluru with New York (Newark and JFK) and Toronto, via its European hub, Brussels, commencing October 31, 2008
TORONTO, Canada - Porter Airlines will fly a full schedule of seven roundtrip flights every weekday between Toronto City Center Airport (TCCA) and Newark Liberty International Airport beginning Septem
LAN Airlines expanded the reach of its international network today by announcing new service to Santiago, Chile, from Toronto, Canada starting September 3, 2008.
As Tourism Australia today announced Daryl Hudson as the new manager of its Canada office based in Toronto, tourism figures just in, show Canada arrivals to Australia are up by 13% compared to 2007/08
Comedian Russell Peters, Toronto's new global ambassador for tourism, says he tells friends they should come here instead of visiting other parts of the country. "People keep going up to Vancouver and I'm like, `Why? Are you a heroin needle? Why do you need to go there? Why don't you come to Toronto, the good city in Canada?'"
TORONTO - With the number of Canadians travelling to New York City on the rise - about 880,00 visited in 2007, up from 840,000 in 2006 - the city's official tourism marketing agency has opened a Toronto office. George Fertitta, CEO of NYC & Co., said "there's no better time to visit New York City," citing a favourable exchange rate and several promotions.
TORONTO - The Toronto tourism industry set a record in 2007 with more than 10.6 million overnight visitors. Toronto Tourism president David Whitaker says the city showed resilience despite challenges, such as new passport rules and the rising dollar. He says visitors to the city spent more than $4.5 billion on hotels, restaurants, attractions and shopping.