CHTA CEO: Region Should Up Their Tourism Game

Cuba has attracted over two million travelers in the first six months of this year, an almost 12 percent increase over 2015 figures.

Four Seasons Anguilla opens to bookings ahead of October Debut

Just when things start to get chilly further north, one of the Caribbean’s finest beachfront resorts will reopen with a new name and a new attitude.

Senators Call on USDOT to Enforce Transparent Airline Pricing

U.S. Senators Richard Blumenthal, Edward J. Markey and Elizabeth Warren are again flexing their political muscle when it comes to the airline industry.

PAJ to Give Montego Bay Cruise Terminal a New Lease on Life

The Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ) will spend $40 million to upgrade the country’s cruise ship port in Montego Bay according to local media reports.

Celebrity Cruises Adds New Culinary Experiences, Expands Restaurants

New culinary experiences include the Concierge Class luncheon, culinary-focused shore excursions and Chef's Market Discoveries.

CDC Issues Zika Travel Alert for the Bahamas

Local transmission of zika has been reported on the island of New Providence, which includes the capital city of Nassau.

Mothballed Baha Mar Project to Resume in September

Under the agreement that was approved by the Bahamas Supreme Court, the lender, Export-Import Bank of China, will finish the resort by next spring and sell it.

Grenada Tourism Authority Taps Francine Stewart as Marketing Manager

The Grenada Tourism Authority has named Francine Stewart as its new marketing manager. Stewart previously served as resort sales manager for Sandals La Source Grenada.

USDOT: Airlines Can Apply for Available Cuba Flights at Any Time
Caribbean News Digital Newsroom

Caribbean News Digital had an exclusive interview with Mrs. Jenny Rosenberg, Acting Assistant Secretary for Aviation and International Affairs at the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT). She talks about the resumption of commercial flights between Cuba and the U.S., and how much they mean to improving bilateral relations.

Cuba Ferries: Just Another Option for U.S. Travelers

The easing of travel restrictions for Americans heading to Cuba has not only opened up new air links between the U.S. and its near Caribbean neighbor, but sea routes, as well. In 2015, the U.S. State Department gave several ferry companies permission to begin sailing between South Florida and Cuba, pending approval from Cuban authorities.

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Jet Linx Aviation achieved authorization to operate in Cuba in March, and completed its first flight to Cuba in May.

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What’s your favorite travel destination in Cuba?
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