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Air France’s Joon Is Launching St Maarten Flights

 By the Caribbean ournal staff Air France’s Joon low-cost airline is launching a new route to the Caribbean next year, Caribbean Journal has learned. The carrier will be launching flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and St Maarten’s Princess Juliana International …

Air France Relaunching Nonstop St Maarten Flights

 By the Caribbean Journal staff In a significant step in the island’s recovery, air carrier Air France has announced plans to resume nonstop flights to St Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport. Air France will be operating two nonstop flights for …

IAG’s LEVEL to Launch Martinique, Guadeloupe Flights

 By the Caribbean Journal staff New European low-cost long-haul carrier LEVEL is expanding its offering to the French Caribbean. International Airlines Group’s new airline will launch flights from Paris Orly to both Guadeloupe and Martinique beginning in July 2018. LEVEL …

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 There are few places on earth more vulnerable to climate change than the Caribbean — and the region is already experiencing its impact. From sea level rise to frequent and intense natural hazards to extended dry seasons, climate change is a …

 Above: an Air France plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Air France is increasing its service to Havana. The French carrier announced this week that it would be adding an additional Wednesday flight from Paris to Havana beginning in October. …

 Above: Paris (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Dr Denzi Douglas held talks in France this week on a proposed bilateral economic development agreement between the two countries. Douglas met with several members …

 Above: Haitian food being served at the conference (Photo: MT Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti Tourism Minister Stephanie Villedrouin is in France this week to promote the country’s nascent tourism industry. Villedrouin is being joined on the trip …

 Above: Paris (CJ Photo) THIS IS A RUM COLUMN, of course. Rum Journal’s mission is to bring the glory of rum to the world, and raise the level of discussion of rum to the kind traditionally enjoyed by wine and …

 Above: Martinique’s Paris display (Photo: Region Martinique) By the Caribbean Journal staff Martinique’s agro-tourism sector is on display in Paris this week, as the French department pushes the “richness and diversity” of its agricultural product. The Martinique Tourism Committee, in …

 By the Caribbean Journal The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation needs to “deepen the partnership” with member states to help transform education, according to Grenadian Prime Minister Denzil Douglas. Thomas, who was speaking at the Leaders Forum of …