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Tourism officials believe that expanding its Canadian market will only have a positive impact on The Bahamas' bottom line.The Ministry of Tourism and Aviation is teaming up with Canadian tour operator Sunquest, as it announced direct flights to Nassau from Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Tourism's National Manager for the Canadian office Janet Cuffie said the venture is part of the ministry's expansion strategy.
She believes the key to ensuring that The Bahamas is seen as a strong destination by vacationers is through successfully convincing travel partners to offer more destinations in more markets.
"There will be two weekly departures on Thursdays and Sundays aboard Thomas Cook Airlines' 217-seater Boeing 757 aircraft," she said.
Cuffie told Guardian Business the launch of this newest service is in addition to the year-round flight from Toronto to Nassau that Sunquest currently operates.
Cuffie revealed that in addition to the flights, Sunquest will offer Nova Scotia residents the opportunity to book three, four and seven night stays at any of eight Nassau or Paradise Island area resorts.
These resorts include Atlantis Paradise Island, Comfort Suites Paradise Island, Paradise Island Harbour Resort, Best Western Bayview Suites, Superclubs Breezes Nassau, Wyndham Nassau Resort&Crystal Palace Casino, Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort and Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort.
Sunquest's Vice President Steve Buchart toldGuardian Business the company is delighted to offer direct flights between Halifax and Nassau as part of its winter 2012 program.
He called this move a win-win situation for all involved.
"This new route not only allows our customers in Halifax to experience, first-hand, our Thomas Cook Canada flights and the best-in-class service that goes with that, but it also provides us with the opportunity to further promote Nassau as a fantastic vacation destination.
"Not only does Nassau offer great resorts, beautiful beaches and ample opportunities for fun, it is now easier than ever to visit with this new direct service."
The Halifax program to Nassau with Sunquest is showing strong sales for the month of February.
In fact, last night's inaugural flight was sold out.
Sunquest has been offering Canadians vacation packaged holidays for over 40 years, specializing in the Caribbean, The Bahamas, Central America, southern Europe and Mediterranean cruises.
Halifax is the largest city in Canada's Atlantic region.
The nonstop seasonal service from Halifax to Nassau commenced yesterday and will end on April 8, 2012.
Toronto, Ont. Canada - Canadian tour operator Sunquest Vacations recently announced the mid-winter launch of a new direct airline service to Nassau from
Halifax, Nova Scotia.
According to news release on January 24th, 2011, the new
majority shareholder in the Grand Bahama Power Company is going through some
organizational changes in its head offices in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
report says that Chris Huskilson, President and Chief Executive Officer, Emera
Inc., announced on Monday that effective May 1, 2011, Nancy Tower, presently
the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Emera and Nova
Scotia Power Inc., will assume the role of Executive Vice President, Business
Development for Emera Inc.
Halifax Media Co-op writes:
Two weeks ago, two gentlemen from the Bahamas came to Halifax,
looking for answers from Emera. Troy Garvey and Jonathan Glinton
represent Operation Justice Bahamas, and they have their sights set on
taking the home-grown power monster to court back on the island. Set
sail for corporate misadventures as we embark upon...The Emera
One of Emera's most recent procurements is the Grand Bahamas Power
Company, of which they maintain an 80% ownership, as of December 2010.
The regulatory situation in Grand Bahama is unique, and lends itself
well to corporate pirates that make Captain Morgan look more like
Captain Kangaroo. However, to fully...
HALIFAX - (Canadian Business) Emera Inc. (TSX:EMA) says it's buying a majority stake in
Grand Bahama Power Company Ltd. for $82 million, beefing up the Canadian
utility company's assets in the Caribbean.
Halifax-based Emera -- owner of Nova Scotia Power's, the
province's main electric utility -- will have an 80.4 per cent direct and
indirect interest in the Bahamian island's only utility company once
the deal closes...