St. Kitts received its millionth cruise passenger last week, reaching the key number of arrivals that gives the island marquee port status for the first time in its history.
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Since travel restrictions to Cuba loosened in 2016, Havana and other Cuban ports of call have opened up to cruise ships carrying Americans like never before.
The number of Cuba itineraries and Caribbean cruises with port calls at Havana (on the Atlantic coast), Cienfuegos and former capital Santiago de Cuba (both on the Caribbean coast) has soared in the last two years.
JetBlue threw a party at San Juan's Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport to celebrate the airline's return to normal operating levels since the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria.
A session by aviation attorney Bryan Winters on public-private partnerships in the tourism and transportation industries on Wednesday at the Caribbean Aviation Meetup in Nassau, Bahamas, led to an announcement yesterday that a Caribbean Airlift Alliance has been formed.
In a recent interview with the President of the Haitian airline, Sunrise Airways, Philippe Bayard, he indicated that the success of the company is measured by customer satisfaction and the progressive increase of the load factor.