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Beginning on December 22, 2011, Cape Air's service to Anguilla will be augmented by a new third round trip flight to and from San Juan on peak days. This 29% increase in capacity complements Cape Air's existing two daily flights. 

Cape Air inaugurated Anguilla service on December 22, 2010 and it was an immediate success. "The Cape Air model of high-frequency flights and easy connections with the mainland is a needed service on Anguilla," said Andrew Bonney, Cape Air's Vice President of Planning. "We are thrilled to be at a point already where it makes economic sense to add capacity on Anguilla. With a fleet of 66 aircraft Cape Air can add as many seats as Anguilla needs, in an economically rational and sustainable way," he added. Cape Air's Anguilla service neither needs nor receives subsidy.

“Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, the Hon Marlene Malahoo Forte, says she is confident that, despite the challenges, Jamaica will achieve constructive engagement with its Diaspora for national development.

Senator Malahoo Forte said that the engagement of the Diaspora in national development remains a key element of the administration’s foreign policy.

The United States yesterday insisted it will help Haiti recover “all the way.” U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, made the promise to President-elect, Michel Martelly, during his first visit to the U.S. as Haiti’s next head of state.

Clinton said she is also very enthused at the election of the former Kompas singer. “I’m very encouraged by the campaign that Mr. Martelly ran, his emphasis on the people and their needs, his willingness to be very clear on what he hoped to achieve on their behalf,” Clinton said.
Martelly admitted he has huge challenges ahead and criticized the “desperately slow” pace of reconstruction in his country.

The world of business technology, trends and developments converges on the Caribbean

AMK Communications will be staging CARIBIZTECH 2011 at the Montego Bay Convention Centre during the period Thursday 27th to Saturday 29th October 2011 under the theme “Game Changers Impacting SME Businesses and Brands”.
This year’s event will be targeting 60 exhibitors, 150 conference participants and at least 1000 members of the public over the three days from the local, regional and international markets.