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Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) - (Travel Daily News)|US airlines increase flights to Caribbean

Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) - (Travel Daily News): "American Airlines will offer new service from New York’s JFK International to St. Kitts beginning Nov. 18, 2007. This will be the first from the NY region to St. Kitts.

Cayman Airways will operate three weekly flights between the Cayman Islands and New York’s JFK International starting June 24, 2007.

Delta Air Lines will launch service from Atlanta, GA to Tobago in December 2007.

Funjet will offer weekly Sunday charter service to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic from St. Louis, MO between May 20, 2007 and August 2007.

JetBlue will launch service to the Dominican Republic with two daily flights from New York (JFK International) to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and nonstop service between Orlando, FL and Ponce, Puerto Rico on May 24, 2007. On June 30, 2007, the carrier will launch nonstop service from Boston, MA to Aruba every Saturday. JetBlue offers new nonstop service between Boston, MA and Bermuda now through Oct. 31, 2007. "

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