PrivateFly.com has asked travel fans across the world for their most scenic airport landings in its annual survey*, with the most votes going to the Caribbean island of St Maarten - where aircraft of all sizes land just metres from the beach at Princess Juliana International Airport.
The Honourable Denis Lebel, Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, today announced that all-inclusive airfare advertising is now mandated under amendments to the Air Transportation Regulations. This will ensure consumers can clearly see the total price of an airline ticket, with no hidden fees.
According to their travel habits and nationalities, air travellers can be divided into different groups, whose needs and expectations differ significantly. Most travellers expect airports to provide efficient services and offer positive experiences.
The program begins January 9, 2013, and ends April 9, 2013, with nine weekly flights of 150-passenger capacity (1,350 total seats per week) from Houston, San Antonio, Denver, Los Angeles and Oakland, California. Roundtrip fares will start at $399.
International air travel in and out of the United States has more than doubled over the last two decades, exceeding the growth rate of domestic aviation and also significantly outpacing real GDP growth, according to a report released today by the Brookings Institutions Metropolitan Policy Program.
Travellers will be able to choose from a total of 102 destinations served non-stop this winter from Montréal-Trudeau. Aruba, in the Caribbean, Roatan, Honduras, and Huatulco, Mexico, are the main additions to the schedule in comparison with last year. Seat supply will be more or less the same as during winter 2011-2012.