Barbados Considers APD Vouchers

Above: Barbados By the Caribbean Journal staff Barbados is considering offering a credit voucher against the cost of the British Air Passenger Duty, according to Tourism Minister Richard Sealy. The credit voucher would apply to British tourists who book a […]


UNWTO's Vogeler: British APD "Needs to Be Addressed"

Above: a British Airways flight By Alexander Britell PORT OF SPAIN — The United Kingdom’s Air Passenger Duty, a tax levied on flights originating in the country, “creates an obstacle to job creation and economic growth” in many destinations, including […]

CJ Interviews

JetBlue and the Caribbean: An Interview With Chad Meyerson

By Alexander Britell With American Eagle’s departure from the Caribbean, there will be a sizable void to fill. As we’ve covered of late, small carriers like Cape Air are increasing capacity and looking to capitalize on the ever-present demand for […]


American Airlines to Add Two Nonstop Flights from Miami to St Kitts

Above: Basseterre, St Kitts (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts will be adding two nonstop flights to St Kitts, the company announced Thursday. The two flights will operate from Miami on Fridays and Saturdays, according to the […]

Dominica in Talks With British Virgin Islands Carrier on New Flight Possibilities

By the Caribbean Journal staff Dominica’s government is in talks with Air BVI to explore the possibilities of additional flights into Dominica. The move comes with the scheduled phaseout of American Eagle from its San Juan, Puerto Rico base. Among […]


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