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L to R: Rodcliff Robertson, Human Resources Director, Grand Palladium; Adam Stewart, CEO of Island Routes Caribbean Adventure Tours; Dimitris Kosvogiannis, General Manager, Complex Grand Palladium Jamaica Lady Hamilton Resorts and Spa; Dominique Peterkin, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Island Routes; Miguel Arthurs, Director of Operations, Island Routes; Wayne Cummings, President, Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association.
Island Routes Caribbean Adventure Tours has announced an exciting new partnership with the Fiesta Hotel Group to offer exclusive, luxury catamaran tours to guests at the at the hotel group’s two resorts in Montego Bay, Jamaica: the Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa and the Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort and Spa.
Front Row: Pictured L - R: Rebecca Sajous, CuisinArt; Marie Walker, Anguilla Tourist Board; Merlyn Rogers, Anguilla Tourist Board; Amelia Vanterpool-Kubisch, Malliouhana; David Lyon, CuisinArt Back Row: Pictured L - R: Charles Black, Cap Juluca; Virgil Napier, Viceroy; Gary Thulander, Cap Juluca; Chief Minister, The Hon. Hubert Hughes; ATB Chairman Eustace Guishard; Ian Edwards, Sunset Homes; Brent Hall, Viceroy; Parliamentary Secretary, The Hon. Haydn Hughes
NEW YORK, NY -- The Anguilla Tourist Board hosted a media luncheon for Chief Minister, The Hon. Hubert Hughes on Thursday, June 3, at Per Se, in Manhattan's Time Warner Center. Approximately 40 consumer and trade media representatives attended the event, including editors from the country’s most prestigious travel and lifestyle magazines and online sites, and reporters from the leading Caribbean print and broadcast media houses. Also in attendance were Parliamentary Secretary, The Hon. Haydn Hughes; the Anguilla Tourist Board's Chairman Eustace Guishard, Acting Director of Tourism Merlyn Rogers, and North America Director Marie Walker.

ImageAir Jamaica announced on June 11 that it has halted plans to fly from Jamaica to Grand Cayman and from New York to Barbados this summer.

"There was a high level of excitement after we announced the addition of Grand Cayman and Barbados to our schedule, and we are very disappointed that we are not able to do so at this time. We had expected to add another aircraft to the fleet but this deal will not go forward.

ImageJamaica welcomed JetBlue's second daily nonstop flight from New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Kingston. The increased service is part of the airline's summer schedule and it reaffirms the value airline's commitment to Jamaica and the capital city, Kingston.