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USVI “Resumes Business” After Tropical Storm Karen

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The USVI has “resumed business” following the passage of Tropical Storm Karen, officials said Wednesday. While the storm brought heavy rainfall to the trio of islands, it “had little to no impact on the territory’s …

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Cape Air’s New Caribbean Push Begins in Culebra and Virgin Gorda

 By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton For many destinations in the Caribbean, small regional airlines are a life blood — and for two decades, Cape Air has been just that for so many islands. Now, Cape Air has officially relaunched two …

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Bahamasair Launching Miami-Bimini Flights

 By the Caribbean Journal staff It just got even easier to get to Bimini. The tiny archipelago is the closest Bahamian destination to Miami, and now Bahamian national carrier Bahamasair is set to launch new flights from Miami to Bimini. …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff Tropic Ocean Airways, which runs a fleet of seaplanes operating scheduled and charter flights across The Bahamas, is expanding. The company has announced plans to increase its operations at the Miami Seaplane Base on Watson …

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 It’s one of the region’s quickest flights — and also one of the coolest. Cape Air, the US-based carrier that has long had a hub in Puerto Rico, has expanded its operations to Florida. Now the carrier is offering three …

 Cape Air has partnered with Resorts World Bimini to bring regularly scheduled seaplane service from Miami to North Bimini in the Bahamas, the company announced. The regularly-scheduled flights will begin Dec. 21, with two daily flights between Fort Lauderdale and …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Wi-Fi is coming to the US Virgin Islands’ seaplane terminals. The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network (viNGN) and Seaborne Airlines have announced a new partnership to bring Wi-Fi to travelers in the USVI. All Seaborne Seaplane …

 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 …

 Above: a Tropic Ocean Airways plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Island hopping in the Bahamas just got a bit easier. Fort Lauderdale-based Tropic Ocean Airways has announced the addition of a new eight-passenger Cessna 206 seaplane. The company offers …