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Bahamas Launches Its Very Own Mobile App

Bahamas Launches Its Very Own Mobile App

“The Islands Of The Bahamas” Mobile App To Help Vacation Planning NASSAU, Bahamas – The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation’s new, free mobile app provides an easy to use resource and tool for consumers planning a visit to The Islands Of The Bahamas. Key features of the app include: downloadable island guides, flight charter […]

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Restricted Commercial Air Travel Into/Out of Trinidad & Tobago Still In Effect

Restricted Commercial Air Travel Into/Out of Trinidad & Tobago Still In Effect

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad – As of July 1st, Caribbean Airlines advises that the borders of Trinidad & Tobago still remain closed to regular scheduled passenger flights. As such, the airline is not operating commercial flights out of or into Trinidad & Tobago at this time. The only services that may be facilitated to and from Trinidad […]

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Grim UNCTAD Report Underscores Need to Safely Reopen Jamaica’s Tourism Sector

Grim UNCTAD Report Underscores Need to Safely Reopen Jamaica’s Tourism Sector

Grim UNCTAD Report Underscores Need to Safely Reopen Tourism Sector – Bartlett KINGSTON, Jamaica  – Jamaica’s Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett says that a report published today by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) outlining the projected fallout for the global economy and in particular countries like Jamaica, due to the impact […]

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Barbados Reaches COVID-19 Milestone, Flights Resume July 12

Barbados Reaches COVID-19 Milestone, Flights Resume July 12

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – On Friday, June 26 Prime Minister the Hon. Mia Amor Mottley, announced that Barbados has reached a milestone in its fight against COVID-19. There are no more active cases of COVID-19 in Barbados, and effective July 1, 2020, all curfews will be lifted. The Prime Minister made the announcement during a press […]

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Travel Agents Experience A Virtual 7-Day Caribbean Culinary Adventure

Travel Agents Experience A Virtual 7-Day Caribbean Culinary Adventure

ATLANTA – Food is an essential aspect of Caribbean culture and as part of Caribbean American Heritage Month celebrated in the month of June, Travel Advisors Selling the Caribbean (TASC) organized a 7-day virtual showcase featuring award winning Caribbean chefs, to promote the culinary diversity of the region. During the week of June 21st – […]

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St. Kitts & Nevis Continues to be Recognized for Successfully Managing COVID-19

St. Kitts & Nevis Continues to be Recognized for Successfully Managing COVID-19

Destination is Named only Caribbean Country out of Eight Worldwide That Have Beaten CoronaVirus by Tripoto Basseterre, St. Kitts – In a video appearing on their social media pages, Tripoto has included St. Kitts & Nevis in its list of “8 Countries that have Beaten Coronavirus.” The video states that these countries are now free of […]

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Grenada Taking A More Cautious Approach To Reopening Its Borders

Grenada Taking A More Cautious Approach To Reopening Its Borders

GRENADA – Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell has announced a more cautious approach to the reopening of the country’s borders. In an address to the nation on Sunday June 28, the Prime Minister said with daily reports of increased rates of infection, especially in the US, which is a main source market for Grenada, officials […]

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Visit Lauderdale’s Safe + Clean Pledge Sets Tourism Industry Safety Standards

Visit Lauderdale’s Safe + Clean Pledge Sets Tourism Industry Safety Standards

GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE – Hotels, tourist attractions, restaurants and businesses throughout Greater Fort Lauderdale (Broward County) are taking Visit Lauderdale’s Safe + Clean Pledge. The pledge provides a unified message that health and safety standards and protections against spread of COVID-19 are a top priority as visitors arrive for the summer staycation season. Look for the […]

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Jamaica’s Workforce Training Program to Bolster Tourism Recovery

Jamaica’s Workforce Training Program to Bolster Tourism Recovery

Jamaican Hospitality Workers Well Prepared to Support Post-COVID Travel KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica’s workforce training program is being hailed as a resounding success. The free online programs offered by the Jamaica Centre for Tourism Innovation (JCTI), in partnership with the National Restaurant Association, the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute, the University of the West Indies Open Campus […]

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JetBlue to Begin Nonstop Flights from New York to St. Thomas

JetBlue to Begin Nonstop Flights from New York to St. Thomas

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS – U.S. Virgin Islands Commissioner of Tourism Joseph Boschulte says new JetBlue service from New York to St. Thomas this fall will help to meet strong demand for travel to the Territory from the northeast United States. Responding to a JetBlue announcement that the airline is adding new routes to serve customers […]

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