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St Maarten Cruise Port Planning Improvements

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Port St Maarten is planning a series of improvement projects, officials announced this week. The new investments are part of a “primary focus of getting additional business in 2020 and beyond,” according to a statement. …

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Caribbean Carrier LIAT “Will Continue to Fly”

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean regional airline LIAT, one of the region’s most crucial transport facilitators, says it will “continue operating across the region” despite what it called “challenges the airline is facing,” according to a statement from LIAT …

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A New Way to Fly to Bequia

 By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a new way to get to one of the most charming little destinations in the Caribbean. The Bequia Beach Hotel in the Grenadines has launched a new private flight service called Bequia Air, which …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s one of the best-kept secrets in The Bahamas, the beach-filled, adventure-packed Cat Island. And now it’s easier than ever before to get there. Fast-expanding Silver Airways is set to launch a new direct flight …

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 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Tropic Ocean Airways and The Moorings have teamed up to introduce a “Fly & Sail” program, offering air and sea adventures to the Bahamas. The combination of Tropic Ocean Airways’ seaplane service, operated with Cessna Grand …

Emirates Etihad Guyana

 Will some of the world’s best airlines soon come to Guyana? That’s the hope, at least, following the signing of an air services agreement by Guyana and the United Arab Emirates. The agreement was signed this week in Montreal, Canada, …

 New service launching in December By Dana NilandCJ Contributor United Airlines is launching its first-ever nonstop service from New York to St Kitts, beginning December 2015. The flights will operate out of Newark Liberty International Airport utilizing a 737-800 aircraft, …

 IT’S PERHAPS the ultimate Caribbean arrival: gliding onto the water on a seaplane, stepping on the dock and walking right to your hotel room — or doing the same in a helicopter. Well, you can make just such an entrance at …