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It’s official: Costa Rica tourism industry wants more Europeans

In just two years Costa Rica went from one to eight European airlines flying directly to San José, Costa Rica’s capital. According to a Costa Rican report seven of the eight companies have started flying to the country in the last two years (Iberia from Spain, British Airways and Thomson Airways ...

Point of View: US targets Cuba tourism with tighter airline sanctions

France 24 Washington (AFP) The US moved to further hurt Cuba’s vital tourism industry by tightening the ability of the country’s airlines to lease aircraft. The US Department of Commerce said it was revoking existing licenses for US companies leasing aircraft to Cuban carriers, and will deny future applications for ...

What makes Colombia a great destination for cruise lines

Colombia is showing significant advances in the cruise industry at a global scale. Over the course of 15 years around 35 of the most prestigious cruise lines have reached Colombian coasts, and the number keeps growing. The country has competitive advantages for the cruise lines, which include coasts in the ...

It’s official: 50 % rise in cruise passenger arrivals to Caribbean by 2030

Caribbean cruise tourism business will grow by 50 per cent by 2030, with overall economic benefit of cruise reaching $6 billion according to Royal Caribbean International. The region continuing to grow in popularity among cruisers – eight of the top 10 cruise destinations worldwide are in the Caribbean, he said ...

JetBlue has announced plans to launch new nonstop flights to Guyana

JetBlue has announced plans to launch new nonstop flights to Guyana

Fresh off an expansion to Guadeloupe, JetBlue has announced plans to launch new nonstop flights to Guyana on the southern edge of the Caribbean. The new flights will be operating daily from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to Guyana’s Cheddi Jagan International Airport beginning April 2, 2020. JetBlue ...