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Celebrity Cruises Is Getting a New President

Celebrity Cruises will soon have a new chief executive officer, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The company’s existing President and CEO, Lisa Lutoff-Perllo, is transitioning to Vice Chair for External Affairs at Royal Caribbean Group.  That move will take effect May […]


Virgin Atlantic Names New CEO

By the Caribbean Journal staff Virgin Atlantic has announced the appointment of a new chief executive officer. The air carrier has appointed Shai Weiss as its new CEO; Weiss has been serving as the airline’s chief commercial officer. “On behalf […]


A New CEO at InterContinental Hotels Group

InterContinental Hotels Group has named a new CEO, following the retirement of Richard Solomons. Solomons has been succeeded by Keith Barr, a member of IHG’s executive committee who has spent nearly 17 years with the company. Barr will take up […]


LIAT CEO Resigns

Caribbean Air Transport

By Alexander Britell LIAT CEO David Evans has resigned. The British aviation executive’s resignation was accepted by the Board of Directors of LIAT on Wednesday, the company announced in a statement. “The Board of Directors thanks Mr. Evans for his […]


Delta’s CEO Is Retiring

Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson is retiring, the company announced on Wednesday. CEO Richard H. Anderson has chosen to retire effective May 2, 2016, when he will be elevated to executive chairman of the Delta Air Lines Board of […]

Caribbean Airlines CEO Resigns

By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean Airlines CEO Michael DiLollo has resigned, the Trinidad-based carrier announced on Thursday. DiLollo’s resignation was due to “personal reasons,” the company said in a statement. “This has received the approval of the board of […]

Why Aruba Tourism is Booming — And What’s Next

The Dutch Caribbean’s tourism hub is growing. Quickly. By the Caribbean Journal staff Plainly, tourism in Aruba is booming. The island saw a 16.2 percent increase in stayover visitor arrivals in the first half of 2015, making it the Caribbean’s […]

The Caribbean Glass Ceiling

By Marcia Forbes, PhD CJ Contributor Women Less than 5% of CEOs & 50 to 100 years for parity In its Jan. 2015 report, the International Labour Organization (ILO) announces a gaining momentum of women in business and management across […]

Avianca, Air India Eye Plan Cooperation

Above: an Avianca plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Avianca and Air India have signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at future collaboration between the two carriers. The primary aim of the memorandum is a future codeshare agreement. The signing […]

Carnival Cruise Lines CEO to Retire

Above: Carnival Dream By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival Cruise Lines CEO Gerry Cahill is retiring, the company announced Thursday. Cahill will be retiring effective Nov. 30, following two decades of service at the company. He has served as CEO […]


JetBlue Names New CEO

Above: a JetBlue plane By the Caribbean Journal staff JetBlue Airways has named a new Chief Executive Officer. The company announced Friday that Robin Hayes, the company’s current president, would succeed current CEO Dave Barger beginning Feb. 16, 2015. Barger […]

LIAT CEO: How to Improve Caribbean Aviation in Six Steps

By David Evans Op-Ed Contributor BOTH THE history and the current reality of Caribbean aviation can be characterised by a consistent failure over the last 50 years to provide an efficient  air transportation system that meets the needs of the […]

Dominican Republic President, Edrington CEO Hold Talks

Above: Dominican Republic President Danilo Medina and Edrington CEO Ian Curle By the Caribbean Journal staff Dominican Republic President Danilo Medina met this week with Ian Curle, Chief Executive Officer of Scotland’s The Edrington Group. Edrington owns approximately 60 percent […]


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