Seaborne Airlines Begins Service From San Juan to Santo Domingo

Above: a Seaborne Airlines plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Puerto Rico-based Seaborne Airlines has officially launched service between the cities of San Juan, Puerto Rico and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. The new service began operations on April […]


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 […]


New Winair Flights Link Copa Airlines to British Virgin Islands

Above: a WinAir plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Regional air carrier Winair is adding new round-trip connections for passengers traveling from St Maarten to the British Virgin Islands on Panamanian airline Copa. The flights will provide roundtrip connections to […]


Copa Airlines Launching Guyana Service

Above: a Boeing Next Generation plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Panama-based Copa Airlines will be launching service to Guyana, the carrier announced this week. The airline will begin twice-weekly flights between Panama City and Georgetown beginning July 11, it […]

21 Caribbean Storylines to Watch in 2014

Above: wind turbines in Bonaire (CJ Photo) What will be the big stories of 2014? What will be the major issues facing the Caribbean region? And what will be the most interesting ones? CJ has put together a list of […]

Seaborne Airlines Relocating to Puerto Rico; Government Taking Equity Stake

Above: a Seaborne plane By Alexander Britell MIAMI — St Croix-based regional airline Seaborne Airlines has reached a deal with the government of Puerto Rico to relocate its headquarters to San Juan. Under the deal, the government of Puerto Rico […]


Seaborne Airlines Launching Service to Both St Kitts and Nevis

Above: St Kitts (CJ Photo) By Alexander Britell Seaborne Airline is continuing its Caribbean expansion with new service from San Juan to both St Kitts and Nevis. The service will will depart daily from San Juan at 3:25 PM and […]

LIAT Flights Disrupted As Pilots Strike

Above: a LIAT plane By the Caribbean Journal staff A strike by LIAT pilots led to the cancellation of at least nine LIAT routes on Tuesday, the company said. Later on Tuesday, the company said it had held discussions with […]

Caribbean Idea: Should Virgin Buy LIAT?

CARIBBEAN air carrier LIAT’s recent struggles have been widely publicized. It’s even been suggested that the company merge with another regional carrier, Caribbean Airlines. Some have even said that Venezuela could throw its hat in the ring. (There are 11 […]

Op-Ed: How to Fix LIAT

By Robert MacLellan Op-Ed Contributor SOME MIGHT believe that, for the second time in only three years, Captain Ian Brunton has been made a scapegoat by the board of directors of a Caribbean airline company – fired as CEO of […]

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 […]

American Airlines, Seaborne Airlines Launch Codeshare Agreement

Above: a Seaborne plane By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines and Seaborne Airlines have embarked on a codeshare agreement, the two companies announced Monday. The agreement will apply to six destinations in the Caribbean out of San Juan, including […]


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