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Is Cancellation Insurance worth the cost? Before today, I would have questioned on how to answer this question. Being in Canada, the inexpensive flyer to the islands is Sunwing. I have had great and not so great, vacations in the past, but the price being so far below the commercial carriers, it is hard to …View full post
When you travel, are you taking full advantage of the connections that you have to take? Have you considered extending that business trip by a few days and taking in the sights of one of your stops? Why not do this on purpose and take full advantage of the possible stops along the way. Recently …View full post
Getting away to a tropical island is concept of a dream excursion, however the island comes to be much more engaging, when is Martinique Caribbean island . That is the thing that numerous vacationers cherish about Martinique, which has turned into the…View full post
Let’s talk Florida! — for today, it’s Anna Maria Island!! I know that as soon as I say “Florida” most people will automatically think of Orlando, International Drive, Universal Studios and of course the place with the mouse, Disney. Now, don’t get me wrong here. I grew up with Disney and later Universal. I am …View full post
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While we are hoping that Canada will have a new airline that offers new lower fares, for now it has been sidelined. It seems that there are questions and the CTA is now in the middle of it. Their website is down with a holding page that states in part …
“The CTA is currently conducting this review, but during this period Newleaf decided that in order to confidently protect the interests of our customers against any potential changes that could affect their travel plans, we have temporarily postponed sales of airline tickets that were scheduled to begin on Feb. 12, 2016. All customers will receive an automatic full refund of all credit card transactions made to date within 72 hours.”
So it looks like there will not be a quick fix to this or they would hold off on giving the eager beavers their money back.
All we can do at this point is hope that they can work this out and we will once again have a new choice in flying.
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