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Toronto and New York City sign city-to-city partnership to boost travel

Staff Writer |
Tourism Toronto and NYC & Company, the official destination marketing organizations for their respective cities, signed an official partnership to boost tourism between Toronto and New York City.

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This is the first ever city-to-city tourism partnership of its kind for Toronto and the first Canadian partnership for NYC & Company.

The two-year alliance includes a collaboration agreement between the two destination marketing organizations, the exchange of marketing assets to boost reciprocal travel, and the sharing of best practices in tourism marketing.

To celebrate the partnership between Tourism Toronto and NYC & Company, Air Canada just launched a sale, with fares from New York City to Toronto as low as $87 one-way, and from Toronto to New York as low as $155 CAD one-way, for travel until February 15, 2018 (total fare including taxes fees. A 7-day advance purchase and conditions apply).

Air Canada is the airline offering the most service between Toronto and the New York City area, with a total of up to 21 return flights a day to LaGuardia and Newarkairports.

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