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Air Europa bets on Havana

Air Europa bets on Havana

Air Europa maintains its forecasts for the route to Havana, in which in 2018 it transported more than 210,000 passengers and registered an average occupancy rate of close to 90%. The airline will be consolidated in 2019 as a reference between America and Europe: as of June it opened the ...

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Air traffic management market is predicted to surpass USD 10 billion by 2025

It's official: Aviation safety and security crucial for Tourism growth in the Caribbean

Air Traffic Management market is projected to surpass USD 10 billion by 2025. The growth is attributed to the rise in passenger traffic and improvement in the global economy, which will augment air traffic management market growth. The increasing focus on technological advancements including the use of AI and digitalization ...

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Caribbean Airlines to Start Service Between Kingston and Havana

Caribbean Airlines to Start Service Between Kingston and Havana

Caribbean Airlines announces the start of twice weekly non-stop service between Kingston, Jamaica, and Havana, Cuba, from December 13, 2019, according to an official release from the airline sent to TTC. This new flight will operate on Wednesdays and Fridays, using a Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft, with a seating capacity ...

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Royal Caribbean sees 50 percent increase in cruise tourism in region

Carnival, MSC join Royal Caribbean in extending cruise cancellations amid COVID-19 pandemic

Royal Caribbean International is predicting that its Caribbean cruise tourism business will grow by 50 percent by 2030, with the overall economic benefit reaching six billion dollars. President and chief executive officer, Michael Bayley, told a recent Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) outlook forum that with the region continuing to grow ...

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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 ...

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