Air Canada Adding More Flights Saint Lucia, St Vincent 

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Air Canada is continuing its regional expansion in the Caribbean with more flights to a pair of Eastern Caribbean getaways.  Beginning this winter, the carrier will be adding more service to both St Vincent and Saint Lucia.  That includes two […]


Puerto Rico Is Breaking Tourism Records

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From hotel occupancy to new flights to cruise ship arrivals, Puerto Rico is breaking many of its tourism records, according to Carlos Mercado Santiago, the executive director of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company.  The destination’s numbers from the just-closed fiscal […]


Antigua’s Airport Has a “Love Lane” For Couples Right Now 

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It’s one of the best ways to arrive in the Caribbean right now: the “Love Lane” fast track service for couples traveling to Antigua’s VC Bird International Airport.  All tough out June, couples entering the “Love Lane” will be fast-tracked […]


Dominican Republic Airport Reopens After Runway Remodel 

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One of the Dominican Republic’s busiest airports has reopened following a runway remodeling project.  The work is part of a broader $4.5 million project that includes new approach lights, a new central section of the runway and new horizontal signaling, […]

In Cancun, the Travelers Keep Coming 


Tourism to Cancun continues to grow, even after the end of the typical high season, according to new data from ASUR, which manages the destination’s international airport.  Total passenger traffic in Cancun last month was 2.825 million, an 8 percent […]

The Best Airport Lounge in the Caribbean 

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It can be the exquisite finish to a wonderful vacation, an oasis in the chaotic world of air travel: the perfect airport lounge.  You make your way to the airport, get through security, through customs and immigration and what you […]


Chile’s SKY Is Launching Flights to Aruba

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Chile-based airline SKY is launching a new route to the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba in the second of this year, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The carrier will be operating flights between Santiago and Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport.  The […]

New Cat Island Airport Breaks Ground in The Bahamas

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A new airport has broken ground on the island of Cat Island in The Bahamas.  The new multimillion-dollar airport development project will mean an all-new terminal for the island’s New Bight Airport.  The new terminal will serve as a port […]

Antigua and Barbuda Seeing "Significant" Airlift Demand 

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Antigua and Barbuda is seeing record-breaking tourism numbers, and that’s leading to “significant” demand for new routes to the destination from global airlines. To continue the destination’s push, Antigua and Barbuda Tourism officials, led by Minister of Tourism, Investment, Civil […]


More New York-Nassau Flights 

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It’s getting even easier to fly to Nassau, The Bahamas from New York.  Delta Air Lines is adding a second daily flight between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport, with service set to […]

Delta Just Launched New Nonstop Flights to Cozumel, Mexico

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Delta Air Lines is launching its newest Caribbean route, with nonstop service between Atlanta and Cozumel, Mexico set to begin this winter.   The new service, which will begin Nov. 5, will be operating daily between Atlanta and the popular […]

This Caribbean Airport Is Getting Cooler 

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It’s always been one of the nicest airports in the Caribbean: the Poles Caraibes Airport in Guadeloupe.  And now, thanks to a dramatic transformation project, it’s getting even cooler.  Poles Caraibes is in the midst of a $283 million investment […]


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