UNIGLOBE CBO is the official travel agency for the Canadian Construction Association (CCA). They are a full-service travel agency providing a personalized level of service to assist you with all your travel needs. Whether it’s the most direct and efficient flight to attend the conference or perhaps you would like to extend your stay and require additional accommodation and car rental, your dedicated travel consultant, Jenny Smith, will be pleased to help you.
Jenny can be reached at [email protected], 1-800-604-9857 or 613-789-7800, extension 501.
The closes airport is L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA) located 21 km from the conference hotel (a 35-minute drive).
CCA’s annual conference has been registered with Air Canada, WestJet, Delta Airlines and United. Delegates who use the codes listed below will save 2% – 15% on their fares.
- Note that airlines may not have daily flights to Bermuda, so depending on your arrival and departure dates, you may need to book with different airlines. The discount codes are valid for round trips with the same airline.
Registering for the conference provides CCA and its membership with incentives such as discounts on selected airfares. Please identify yourself as a CCA conference delegate and quote the applicable conference number listed below to benefit from the discounts regardless of who you book with. CCA may earn incentives on some airlines based on volume of travel bookings made through the conference numbers. This will result in great savings for your national association as these incentives will be applied to travel budget for CCA business.
Up to 15 % discount.
Conference number: YFP4Z8Z1.
1-888-247-2262 or aircanada.com.
The group discount is available March 15 – April 5, 2019.
Up to 10% discount. Some blackout dates may apply.
Coupon code: R25F018.
Travel agent: WAA29.
1-888-937-8538 (1-888-WESTJET) or westjet.com.
Visit this link or call Delta Meeting Network® at 800-328-1111* Monday – Friday, 07:00 – 19:30 (CT) and refer to Meeting Event Code NM2EK.
Do I need a passport to enter Bermuda?
All travelers must carry with them proof of citizenship and identification, specifically a machine-readable passport, for return to their own country or for re-entry through another foreign country as required by Bermuda Immigration authorities. This applies to adults as well as children/infants travelling alone or with their parents. Married women whose identification documents are in their maiden name but who are travelling under their married name should also carry their marriage certificate or certified copy as further proof of identity. As of March 1, 2014, entry visas and visa waivers are not required for tourist and business visitors and work permit holders. For details on Bermuda’s customs and duty allowances as well as regulations, download the Customs regulations fact sheet.