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Jamaica’s Montego Bay Airport Is Expanding

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamacia’s Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay is expanding, Caribbean Journal has learned. The hub for the vast majority of travelers to Jamaica will be adding nearly 26,000 square feet to its departure terminal. The …

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Jamaica’s Geejam Is Expanding

 By the Caribbean Journal staff It began as one of the hippest hotels in the Caribbean. and now Jamaica’s Geejam is getting bigger. The Geejam Colletion, which has an expanding portfolio of hospitality outposts based in the hotspot of Port …

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More Jamaica Vacations Are Being Booked on Mobile: Report

 By the Caribbean Journal staff More and more Jamaica vacations are being booked on mobile devices, according to a new report from global travel giant Expedia Group. Jamaica saw a spike in mobile demand from January to June of 2018, …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff Things are looking up for Jamaica’s tourism industry. The destination, which just concluded its annual Jamaica Product Exchange tourism conference in Montego Bay this week, looks to have strong momentum both for this upcoming tourist …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Jamaican destination of Montego Bay saw big growth in the first half of 2017, according to the latest data from travel giant Expedia. Montego Bay saw nearly 20 percent growth in the first half, …

 The Jamaica Product Exchange begins By Guy Britton MONTEGO BAY — Jamaica’s leading tourism conference, JAPEX, opened to an enthusiastic crowd Sunday evening at the Montego Bay Convention Centre. This is the 25th edition of JAPEX, which first launched in 1990. At the time, …

 JAPEX to focus on Caribbean, Latin America, Eastern Europe By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Jamaica’s looking to diversify its tourism source markets. The 25th annual Jamaica Product Exchange (JAPEX), set to take place Montego Bay Convention Centre from September 20-22, will …

 Above: Ocho Rios By the Caribbean Journal staff There were a total of 937,000 cruise ship visitors to Jamaica in the first eight months of 2012, a 33.9 percent increase compared to the same period in 2011, according to Tourism …