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Delta Extending New St Croix Service

 Above: St Croix (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Delta Airlines will be returning to St Croix in the December, and the carrier will be operating service longer than initially planned. The new service, which will launch Dec. 20, …

Delta to Resume St Croix Service

 Above: St Croix (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Delta Airlines will be resuming service from Atlanta to St Croix, the US Virgin Islands Department of Tourism announced. The weekly Saturday flights from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to St …

United Airlines Launching New Service From Washington to Nassau

 Above: a United Airlines plane By the Caribbean Journal staff United Airlines will be launching nonstop service from Washington, DC to Nassau, Bahamas, beginning in June, the company announced. The service, which will operate out of United’s hub at Washington-Dulles …

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 Above: a Sunrise Airways Jetstream 32 By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti’s Sunrise Airways will be launching new service from Port-au-Prince to Santo Domingo on Friday. The new carrier has received approval from Haiti’s Civil Aviation Authority and the Dominican …

 Above: a LIAT plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean air carrier LIAT is suspending its service to Nevis for the winter season, according to the Nevis Island Administration. The affected service is the Antigua-Nevis route. The NIA said it …

 Above: a Sunrise airways plane (Courtesy Sunrise Airways/SBPR) By the Caribbean Journal staff New air carrier Sunrise Airways says it has received permission to operate flights between Cuba and Haiti. The twice-weekly private service will operate between Port-au-Prince and Holguin. …

 Above: JetBlue planes By the Caribbean Journal staff JetBlue isn’t done with its Caribbean expansion. The New York City-based carrier will be launching flights to Trinidad beginning in July 2014, according to Trinidad’s government. The news, rumoured for several months, …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff After the founder of the Caribbean Premier League said regional carrier LIAT cost the league “millions of dollars,” LIAT is now firing back. CPL Founder Ajmal Khan told the Barbados Sun that LIAT’s service was …

 Above: a rendering of the quake (USGS) By the Caribbean Journal staff A 3.7-magnitude earthquake caused light shaking in western Puerto Rico on Wednesday evening, according to the United States Geological Survey. The quake, which occurred around 9:49 PM, struck …

 Above: a LIAT ATR By the Caribbean Journal staff LIAT has returned one of its new ATR planes to service after grounding it for technical issues. The ATR 72 had been grounded in Barbados for about a week due to …

 By Gregor NassiefOp-Ed Contributor Dear Directors: Re: Heads must roll I respectfully ask you, on behalf of the people of the Caribbean, and the people that visit the Caribbean, and especially on behalf of the people of Dominica who depend …

 Above: an American Airlines plane By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines will be increasing its service from New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport to Antigua and Barbuda this fall. The carrier will be operating daily flights to Antigua …

 Above: Martinique (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines is expanding its service to the French department of Martinique for the peak tourist season. The company, which launched weekly Saturday service from Miami to Martinique in April, announced …

 Above: a LIAT plane By the Caribbean Journal staff LIAT has agreed to increase its number of daily flights into Grenada to seven from five, the government said Thursday. The increase comes after what the government said was a series …

 Above: a Tradewind flight By the Caribbean Journal staff US-based luxury air carrier Tradewind Aviation has launched nonstop service from San Juan to Nevis and Anguilla. The routes are in addition to the company’s existing “premium scheduled” service, which operates …

 Above: St Lucia By the Caribbean Journal staff United Airlines has officially begun operating service to St Lucia from its hub at Newark’s Liberty International Airport. The company operated its first flight on Saturday on a Boeing 737-800 aircraft. “St …

 Above: St Lucia By the Caribbean Journal staff United Airlines will be launching weekly, non-stop service from Newark to St Lucia, the country’s tourist board announced this week. The service will begin on Saturday, July 13, operated on a Boeing …

 Above: a Delta flight By Alexander Britell Delta Airlines will be ending its service to Guyana, the company confirmed to Caribbean Journal. Delta spokesman Anthony Black said the company “will end or suspend indefinitely service beginning May 6.” “It’s basically …