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Despite speculation that the move was taken in response to recent allegations of sexual harassment by passengers on flights, airline chairman and managing director Ashwani Lohani said it was made in response to customer requests. READ MORE


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Renovated ship to sail Quebec's St. Lawrence
A rendering of the 66-passenger Jacques-Cartier, which will relaunch in summer 2018 along the St. Lawrence River in Quebec after a $5 million renovation.

Renovated ship to sail Quebec's St. Lawrence

For summer 2018, a new concept is coming to the St. Lawrence River in Quebec: active cruises onboard what will be the renovated, 66-passenger Jacques-Cartier. READ MORE

At resort, bygone Barbados
At resort, bygone Barbados

The Crane, which contains 252 rooms scattered about in 10 buildings, opened in 1887 with 18 rooms and holds the distinction of being the oldest continually operating hotel in the Caribbean. READ MORE

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Bordeaux: Tourism's gold standard
The restored waterfront promenade in Bordeaux, which at its widest point stretches the width of a four-lane highway.  Photo Credit: William Nash
Bordeaux: Tourism's gold standard

After decades of decline, France's fifth-largest city chose to fuel its future and the economy of the region's winemaking with tourism. The gamble has paid off.  READ MORE

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