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Dominicans to Enjoy Visa Free Travel to China

ROSEAU, Dominica – Dominica and China have signed an agreement for visa-free travel between the two countries with Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit saying it underscores the ongoing strong relationship between Beijing and Roseau.

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit (Left) and Chinese Ambassador Lin Xianjiang, show off the agreement (GIS Photo)

Caribbean Airlines Returns to Fort Lauderdale

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago - Caribbean Airlines re-introduces service between Ft. Lauderdale and Kingston, Jamaica and Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Ft. Lauderdale just in time for the Holiday Season.

US Updates the Cayman Islands to "Do Not Travel" Status

WASHINGTON, D.C. -  The Cayman Islands once enjoyed the lofty status of a Level 1 country, meaning it had a very low risk of COVID-19. But on Monday, the U.S. CDC slapped a Level 4 advisory on the islands as the State Department warned Americans against travel there.

Tourists enjoy snorkeling activities in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. (Photo credit: © Philip Coblentz—Digital Vision/Getty Images)

Grenada Welcomes the Return of Air Service Between Canada

St. George’s, Grenada W.I. – On Sunday, October 31st, Grenada welcomed the return of air service from Canada for the first time in a year. Air Canada flight 1066, a Boeing 737 Max 8, touched down at 2:55 PM. Captain John Petropoulos and 169 passengers were warmly greeted by Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) CEO Petra Roach, Marketing Executives Renee Goodwin and Shanai St Bernard and the pulsating rhythms steel pan music. The pilot and crew were presented with a beautiful coffee table book, Grenada Heritage “A Pictorial Journey Through Place and Time” and a selection of locally made chocolates. Passengers were gifted tote bags that included a collection of authentic Grenadian goods.

Passengers from Air Canada flight 1066 disembark at Maurice Bishop international airport
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