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CHTA to Launch Marketplace Responsible Tourism Day

FLORIDA – The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) Monday says it will launch the inaugural Marketplace Responsible Tourism Day during this year’s Caribbean Travel Marketplace, scheduled to take place in Jamaica on May 23.

Nicola Madden-Greig

Bahamasair to Resume Flights to Haiti

NASSAU, Bahamas – The state-owned Bahamasair, which suspended flights to Haiti last month amid civil unrest in the French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country, says it will resume flights to Cap Haitian from April 20.

American Airlines & Tourism Corporation Bonaire Reach Agreement to Introduce a Fifth Weekly MIA-BON Flight

Tourism Corporation Bonaire (TCB) has announced an expansion of its flight schedule from Miami with American Airlines (AA). In partnership with AA, TCB recently informed on the upcoming summer schedule with the introduction of a 4th weekly rotation on Fridays. Following the successful current winter schedule, AA confirms the introduction of its 5th weekly flight for Bonaire, introducing two flights on Saturdays as of December 2024 on the route MIA-BON.

Lovango Resort & Beach Club Announces Second Annual ‘Taste of Lovango’ Festival

St. John, US Virgin Islands -  Lovango Resort & Beach Club, the family-owned private island resort overlooking USVI’s Caneel Bay, unveils the second annual Taste of Lovango festival, taking place between Wednesday, May 29-Saturday, June 1, 2024. The esteemed culinary event features exclusive meals curated by world-renowned guest chefs, creative cocktails from local partners, and an invigorating schedule of activities.  

United Airlines Inaugurates New Service to Guyana

GEORGETOWN, Guyana - Guyana's government has welcomed the inaugural non-stop service by United Airlines saying it will serve as a major catalyst for further enhancing the country’s connectivity to the global tourism marketplace.

CHTA’s Caribbean Travel Marketplace to Introduce New Features in Jamaica

KINGSTON, Jamaica  – The 42nd staging of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA)’s Caribbean Travel Marketplace, scheduled to take place at the Montego Bay Convention Center from May 20-23, 2024, will feature new new additions and three dedicated tracks, promising an even more dynamic and engaging experience for attendees.

CHTA President Nicola Madden-Greig (left), Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett, and Robin Russell, President of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association, address the media during Caribbean Fireworks.

OECS Revamps Tourism Policy For a Sustainable Future

CASTRIES, St. Lucia – The St. Lucia-based Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission has adopted a unified and collaborative approach to enhance and address the  challenges facing the nine-member tourism sector in the sub-regional grouping..

Registration Open for CTO Sustainable Tourism Conference in Grenada

BARBADOS – Caribbean and international tourism industry experts will explore the “5 Ps for a Legacy of Caribbean Tourism Sustainability” as the theme for the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s Sustainable Tourism Conference, which takes place in Grenada from April 22 to April 24, 2024. Registration is open for the conference which returns after a four-year hiatus and coincides with Earth Day on April 22.

Grenada’s Minister of Tourism, Adrian Thomas (center) and Petra Roach, CEO of Grenada Tourism Authority (second from right), recently connected with their CTO colleagues in Barbados to advance plans for the Sustainable Tourism Conference. From left: Amanda Charles, Sustainable Tourism Specialist; Secretary-General Dona Regis-Prosper, and Sharon Banfield-Bovell, Director of Resource Mobilization and Development.
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