A team of consultants from the University of Technology of Jamaica (UTech) has been engaged by the CTO to produce the 'Disaster Risk Management Guide for the Caribbean Tourism Sector: A Practical Handbook for Tourism Business and Policymakers', and to facilitate the workshops two days of training on DRM followed by a one-day training programme for trainers to help build local capacity.
In another first for Barbuda, Antigua's sister island, has welcomed luxury cruise line Windstar back to Barbuda; the first cruise line to return to the island following Hurricane Irma.
Hawaiian Airlines and JetBlue today announced an expanded codeshare agreement that allows travelers from dozens of cities, most of them in the eastern U.S., to easily connect to the Hawaiian Islands via Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS) starting in April.
Companys Newest Ship to Feature Enhanced Race Track, Laser Tag Arena and Virtual Reality Complex
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on the government of Colombia and aviation stakeholders to work together to grow the economic benefits that aviation delivers to the country.
U.S. House of Representatives approves one-of-a-kind vessels return to Americas rivers
New Cruise Ship and Float Replica to Feature First-of-its-Kind Trampoline Park At Sea
The European Commission has opened a formal investigation to assess whether agreements between booking system providers Amadeus and Sabre on the one hand, and airlines and travel agents on the other, may restrict competition in breach of EU antitrust rules.
National Geographic Traveler's Editors and Explorers Identify 28 Essential Destinations and Experiences for the Year Ahead
Now offering customers six daily flights connecting Seattle-area to more than 110 destinations – United Airlines returns to Paine Field where it operated the first commercial flight in 1939