Panama’s Copa Airlines is adding three new destinations in December – Chicago O’Hare International Airport; Cucuta, Colombia; and Asunción in Paraguay – to bring the airline’s total of new destinations in 2011 to seven.

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Air-touring company Mauiva has launched two U.S. ‘AirCruise’ tours which it believes will revolutionize the concept of guide-escorted sightseeing packages both in the United States and internationally.

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Finnair is adding two new destinations and is converting three leisure charter routes to scheduled services with its summer timetable, which begins on March 27.

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The 53-storey Ritz-Carlton, Toronto, features 267 guestrooms including 56 corner suites, two deluxe suites and The Ritz-Carlton Suite at over 2,400 square feet.

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Panama’s Copa Airlines is increasing daily flight frequencies to several countries in its route network and is launching service to Toronto, Porto Alegre in Brazil and Nassau in the Bahamas in June.

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Situated on Toronto’s harbor-front looking out to the south on to Lake Ontario and Toronto Island, the Radisson Admiral Hotel – Toronto Harbourfront isn’t an airport hotel, but it is within easy walking distance of Billy Bishop Toronto City Centre Airport.

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The partnership, which has already gone live, allows travelers the option to book flights through Emirates with connecting service on Virgin America, making travel easier and more convenient within a single itinerary.

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WestJet will fly between Toronto and Santa Clara weekly each Friday from November 5, 2010 to April 29, 2011.

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American Airlines and WestJet Airlines have entered into an interline agreement, allowing American Airlines customers traveling to Canada and transferring to a WestJet flight to be able to purchase a single ticket and check bags through to the final destination.

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Air Canada is beginning daily, non-stop service between Toronto and New Orleans on October 30 using 75-seat, Bombardier CRJ705 regional jets operated by partner regional airline Jazz Air.

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Air Canada is continuing to fortify its Toronto hub and strengthen its position as the biggest carrier on routes between Canada and the United States with the launch on June 17 of the only daily, non-stop flights linking Toronto with San Diego and Portland, Oregon.

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The U.S. Department of Transportation having decided that Virgin America’s ownership is indeed sufficiently American for it to continue flying, the carrier is building on its confirmed operational status by embarking on a sizable expansion of its fleet this year and next and moving to strengthen its network.

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Air Canada and its regional-airline partners are introducing new services to seven more American cities, fortifying Air Canada’s Toronto hub and strengthening its position as the airline which operates the most daily flights between Canada and the United States.

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Finnair has announced its winter schedule on the New York JFK–Helsinki route, and a new seasonal service between Helsinki and Toronto in summer 2010.

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