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St. Kitts Celebrates New Barbados Flights

New nonstop interCaribbean Airways flights between Barbados and St. Kitts are being hailed by tourism stakeholders as a step in the right direction to solve to the connectivity challenges facing the region.

Calling Up-And-Coming Caribbean Artists, Royal Caribbean Launches Art Program

MIAMI, FLv- Royal Caribbean International has launched a search for iconic artistry to bring the Caribbean spirit to life on the iconic canvas that is the world's best family vacation, Icon of the Seas. In the new "Artist Discovery Program," up-and-coming artists from destinations the cruise line visits can vie to put their work on display for millions of vacationers who will set sail for years to come. The program's purpose is to infuse every region's spirit and culture into the curated art collections on board ships, in order to highlight and celebrate the very destinations and their people at the heart of Royal Caribbean's memorable vacations. Beginning in the Caribbean, local artists can send their submissions starting today and through April 4 here.

Grenada Tourism Authority Announces Increased Airlift Capacity Between Grenada and Barbados

St. George’s, Grenada – The Grenada Tourism Authority is pleased to announce that on March 16th, InterCaribbean Airways will upgauge its aircraft from a 30-seater Embraer 120 plane to the larger and more modern ATR- 42 with 48 seats, on its Grenada to Barbados route. This new aircraft will deliver increased flight frequencies and will provide increased comfort and service reliability for passengers. Grenada continues to  rebuild its capacity between the two islands, to pre-covid levels and forms part of Prime Minister Dickon Mitchell’s commitment to increasing airlift capacity and connectivity throughout the region.

CTO Reports Promising Outlook for the Region in 2023

BARBADOS - Despite global pressures such as high inflation, the war in Ukraine, the ensuing energy crisis, and an impending economic recession, the outlook for Caribbean travel and tourism is favorable, according to the Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO).

CTO Chairman Kenneth Bryan (left) and Acting CTO Secretary General Neil Walters are pictured at today’s press conference in Barbados.
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