TITLE

Canada bounces back

AUTHOR(S)
Hampton, Matthew
PUB. DATE
February 2004
SOURCE
Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;2/2/2004, Issue 1703, p77
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Tour operators are putting the Iraq war and last month's SARS scare in China behind them as they reveal a raft of new Canadian product for this year. Keen pricing saw Canada though the worst effects of last year's SARS outbreak, according to Travelpack product director Peter Allen, allowing most operators to finish the year either level or slightly ahead of 2002. Nevertheless, while fears over travelling to Toronto may be a thing of the past, the lion's share of new product for this year is based either in the Rockies and the west or Quebec and the Maritimes.
ACCESSION #
12262326

 

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