Spirit Airlines Is Launching New Flights to Puerto Rico

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Low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines is set to expand its Caribbean network with a new route to Puerto Rico next month, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The company will launch new service from New York’s LaGuardia Airport to San Juan, Puerto Rico […]


St Maarten Is Reopening for Tourism

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St Maarten is officially reopening for tourism on July 1, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The Dutch Caribbean destination will begin receiving travelers from Europe and North America on that date, according to St Maarten Tourism Minister Ludmila de Weever.  On […]


Spirit Airlines Keeps Up Cancun Expansion in New Orleans

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Spirit Airlines is turning 2020 into the Year of Cancun. The low-cost carrier announced plans to add yet another new route to the ultra-popular destination on the Caribbean coast of Mexico, this time with service from New Orleans. It’s part […]


Spirit Airlines Continuing Caribbean Expansion in St Croix

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Spirit Airlines Continuing Caribbean Expansion in St Croix Spirit Airlines is continuing its rapid growth push in the Caribbean with plans for new daily nonstop flights to the island of St Croix.  The low-cost carrier has revealed plans to launch […]

Antigua Looking to Continue Tourism Boom With More Airlift

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Antigua and Barbuda is one of the fastest-growing tourism destinations in the Caribbean, and now the twin-island country is looking to continue its surge in arrivals with more airlift.  A delegation from the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority led by […]

More Daily Nonstop Flights Are Coming to Puerto Rico

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It’s no secret that Puerto Rico is in the midst of a full-fledged airlift boom, and now the island will soon be getting more new daily nonstop flights, Caribbean Journal has learned. Low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines, which kicked off a […]


Spirit Adding New Flights to Colombia’s Caribbean Coast

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Low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines is adding a new nonstop route to the Caribbean coast of Colombia.  Spirit will be launching a new thrice-weekly flight from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to Barranquilla, Colombia.  The new service, which launches April 23, will […]

Puerto Rico Air Traffic is Surging

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In another strong sign for Puerto Rico’s tourism industry, the island’s biggest air hub had a significant traffic surge in November.  Mexico-based ASUR, which manages San Juan’s Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, reported a 20.2 percent increase in passenger traffic […]

A New Way to Fly to Cancun

Cancun has long been the busiest airport in the wider Caribbean region, and it’s about to get even busier.  Spirit Airlines has announced plans to launch a new thrice-weekly flight from Nashville, TN to Cancun.  The new service, which will […]


Spirit Airlines Is Launching a Big Puerto Rico Expansion

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Fast-expanding low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines is planning a major expansion in Puerto Rico, Caribbean Journal has learned.  Spirit’s expansion will be headlined by the launch of new daily nonstop flights from both Newark Liberty and Boston Logan airports to San […]

Southwest Airlines Is Launching New Caribbean Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines is set for another expansion of service to the Caribbean in 2020, according to the company. Southwest will be launching new nonstop routes to Cozumel, Mexico and Turks and Caicos next […]

Spirit Airlines Is Adding More Legroom

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Spirit Airlines says it is adding more space to its cabin. The low-cost carrier has unveiled what it’s calling new, more comfortable seats that provide “additional legroom.” Spirit’s new seats, created by UK-based Acro Aircraft […]


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