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American Airlines Relaunches Flights to Turks and Caicos

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American Airlines has kicked off its latest relaunch of service to the Caribbean, this time with a pair of nonstop routes to the Turks and Caicos Islands.  The Turks and Caicos Islands officially relaunched its tourism sector on July 22, […]


American Airlines Relaunches Aruba, St Vincent Flights

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American Airlines has relaunched more routes to the Caribbean, part of a broader restart of service to the region.  The world’s largest airline officially resumed nonstop flights to Aruba from both Miami and Charlotte this weekend.  Both of those routes […]


Spirit Is Launching New Flights to Cancun

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Low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines is launching a new nonstop route to Cancun in February, Caribbean Journal has learned.  Spirit will launch its first-ever flights from Cleveland to Cancun, Mexico beginning Feb. 14.  “We are proud to celebrate five years in […]


Delta Is Launching New York-Grand Cayman Flights

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Delta Air Lines is adding a new route from New York to the Cayman Islands, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The new seasonal service is set to launch June 13, according to the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism.  It will operate […]

Bahamas Tourism Testing Preclearance in Florida

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In what would be a major boost for those flying to the The Bahamas, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism said it was testing preclearance of flights in Florida.  That would mean that travelers could go through immigration and customs in […]

LATAM Launches New Flights to Jamaica

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South American carrier LATAM has launched a new route from Peru to Jamaica.  The new nonstop flights from Lima, Peru to Montego Bay, Jamaica will be operating three times each week, according to Jamaica Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett.  “For now […]


British Airways Expanding Bahamas Flights

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British Airways is expanding its flights service to The Bahamas next year, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The air carrier will be adding a new weekly Tuesday flight between London Heathrow and Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport.  That service is slated […]

KLM Is Relaunching Its Nonstop St Maarten Flights

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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is officially relaunching its flights from Amsterdam to St Maarten.  The Dutch carrier suspended its nonstop flights to the island in the wake of Hurricane Irma in 2017, instead operating flights in combination with its Curacao […]

First-Ever Kansas City-Punta Cana Flights

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Travel company Vacation Express is expanding its flights to the Dominican Republic, it announced last week. The flights are available between Feb. 18 and Aug. 3, with flights leaving Kansas City on Friday and returning on Thursday. Vacation Express will […]


Nonstop New York-Tortola Flights Could Soon Be a Reality

Having to find a connecting flight to get to the British Virgin Islands could soon be a thing of the past. Tortola-based BVI Airways has received approval from the U.S. Department of Transportation to operate nonstop flights from New York […]

Southwest Airlines Launching New Nonstop Caribbean Flights

Southwest Airlines is planning a major expansion of flights to the Caribbean, the carrier announced this week. The new flights are highlighted by the planned June launch of daily flights from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to Grand Cayman’s Owen Roberts […]

Pawa Launches Its First Nonstop Caribbean Flights From Miami

Dominican Republic international flag carrier Pawa Dominicana has launched its first-ever nonstop flights from Miami to the Dominican Republic. The carrier made its inaugural international flight from the US on Wednesday with a flight to Santo Domingo. Pawa will be […]


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