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Seaborne Airlines Begins San Juan-to-St Maarten Service

Above: a Seaborne plane (Photo: Seaborne Airlines) By the Caribbean Journal staff Regional carrier Seaborne Airlines has officially launched service between San Juan and St Maarten. St Maarten is the 19th airport Seaborne now services, part of a regional expansion […]

Thomas Cook Begins New Service From Manchester to Antigua

Above: a Thomas Cook plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Thomas Cook Airlines has officially inaugurated its new non-stop weekly service from Manchester to Antigua. The service, which began last week, will fly from Manchester International Airport to VC Bird […]

American Airlines Expanding Service to Roatan, Honduras

Above: the Bay islands By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines is expanding its service from Miami to Roatan to three times per week, the company announced. Service between Miami and Roatan will be operated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. […]

Delta Airlines Adds New Service to Turks and Caicos, Antigua, Grenada

Above: a Delta Airlines plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Delta Airlines is increasing its services to the Caribbean. The carrier will be launching a new seasonal Saturday-only flights from New York’s John F Kennedy Airport to Turks and Caicos, […]

JetBlue Expanding Barbados Service

Above: a JetBlue plane By the Caribbean Journal staff JetBlue is expanding its service to Barbados, the New York City-based carrier announced Wednesday. The company will be serving the New York-Bridgetown flight with an Airbus A321, meaning an additional 580 […]

JetBlue to Offer Service to Trinidad From New York and Fort Lauderdale

Above: a JetBlue flight By the Caribbean Journal staff JetBlue will be operating twice-daily nonstop service from New York’s JFK International Airport beginning Feb. 24, 2014, the carrier announced Monday. JetBlue will also launch daily service from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International […]

United Begins St Lucia Service

Above: St Lucia By the Caribbean Journal staff United Airlines has officially begun operating service to St Lucia from its hub at Newark’s Liberty International Airport. The company operated its first flight on Saturday on a Boeing 737-800 aircraft. “St […]

JetBlue Adds Nonstop Service to San Jose, Costa Rica

Above: a JetBlue flight By the Caribbean Journal staff JetBlue’s expansion is moving ahead at full steam, with San Jose, Costa Rica the latest destination for the company in the region. The company is launching daily nonstop service between Fort […]

JetBlue Continues Regional Expansion With Service to Medellin

Above: Medellin By the Caribbean Journal staff JetBlue is continuing its expansion in the Caribbean Basin. The New York City-based carrier announced this week plans to launch service to Medellin, Colombia out of Fort Lauderdale. The nonstop service to Colombia […]

Air Carrier REDjet Suspends Service

By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean air carrier REDjet, which initially experienced difficulty in obtaining authorization to fly into several regional countries, has suspended its service. “Unlike the heavily subsidised airlines that serve the region, REDjet does not receive any […]

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Top Caribbean Hotel Company Names New COO

GEMS Holdings Limited, whose hospitality portfolio is headlined by the Secret Bay and Fort Young hotels in Dominica, has named a new chief operating officer, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The company has tapped Ryan Didier to the role, according to […]

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Building the Caribbean’s Best Tennis (And Pickleball) Courts

If you’ve played tennis at a top Caribbean resort, chances are it was built by one company: Agile Courts, which has been building courts around the United States and the Caribbean for what is now a half century. This story […]

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Tropic Ocean Airways Partners With Wheels Up 

Fort Lauderdale-based Tropic Ocean Airways, which operates a broad network of scheduled and charter service across The Bahamas, has a new partner: private aviation firm Wheels Up.  The partnership includes a minority investment by Wheels Up in Tropic Ocean.  The […]

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Delta Launches Big Panama Expansion

Delta Air Lines has expanded its service to Panama City, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The carrier has added three of new routes from the United States this week, including Los Angeles-Panama, New York-Panama Orlando-Panama.  That’s along with a second flight […]

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Why Namron Hospitality Group Is Bullish on Tulum

By Alexander Britell This story is part of Caribbean Journal Invest, the authority on Caribbean hotel, real estate and tourism business news. Join to access this and other great features, including our biweekly newsletter. Subscribe to Read More.

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Enterprise Expands to Aruba, Panama

Enterprise Holdings has announced the expansion of its Enterprise Rent-a-Car brand to both Aruba and Panama.  The new locations join sister brands National Car Rental and Alamo Rent a Car brands in the two countries.  Both locations are located in […]

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Couples Resorts to Reopen in Jamaica on July 1

The Couples Resorts collection of adults-only all-inclusives in Jamaica is planning to reopen July 1, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The company will reopen all four of its Jamaica resorts on July 1, following the implementation of its new “Good Clean […]

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Hyatt Launching New “Care and Cleanliness” Program

Another major global hotel brand has launched a new hygiene initiative — Hyatt. Accompanying similar announcements by Marriott and Hilton, Hyatt has revealed plans for a new “Global Care and Cleanliness Commitment” in light of the new realities of the hospitality […]

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Punta Cana Is Getting New Flights From Providence

By the Caribbean Journal staff The Dominican Republic’s tourism capital of Punta Cana is getting another new nonstop route from the United States. This time, it’s a new flight from Providence, Rhode Island’s TF Green Airport on fast-expanding low-cost carrier […]

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Silver Airways Launches New Aircraft

By the Caribbean Journal staff Silver Airways, the Fort Lauderdale-based airline that is now one of the Caribbean’s biggest airlines, has officially launched its newest ATR-600 series aircraft. The new aircraft has been accompanied by what the company says is […]

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USVI Looking to Take Cruise Industry to Next Level

By Alexander Britell The US Virgin Islands is already one of the Caribbean’s biggest cruise powers — but new Governor Albert Bryan Jr wants to take things to the next level. The USVI is determined to position itself as the […]

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Delta Is Adding More Capacity to Puerto Rico

By the Caribbean Journal staff Citing increased holiday travel to the island, Delta Air Lines is adding more capacity to San Juan for the peak winter season. The airline said it was upsizing two of the aircraft types used to […]

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Disney Cruise Line Returns to the BVI

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Disney has officially returned to the British Virgin Islands. The cruise line’s Disney Fantasy ship was its first to make its return to the BVI this week. Passengers were welcomed by customer service representatives, and […]

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Delta Resuming Boston-Caribbean Flights

By the Caribbean Journal staff Fresh off its new planned service from New York to the Caribbean, Delta Air Lines is resuming its routes from the Northeast. Delta is relaunching five new seasonal routes to the Caribbean out of Boston […]

Enterprise Expands to Dominican Republic

By the Caribbean Journal staff The world’s largest rental car company has officially opened in the Dominican Republic. Enterprise Rent-A-Car has opened four new locations, each at airports in the Dominican Republic. The company’s new locations include Punta Cana International […]

Guyana Plans to Focus on Community Tourism

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The Guyana Tourism Authority says it has been laying the groundwork to support a push to promote community tourism in Guyana. The agency’s director, Brian Mullis, highlighted several primary objectives, including raising the profile of […]

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