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Showing posts from June, 2008

Dominica offers an ecological escape from the everyday

Dominica offers an ecological escape from the everyday : "DOMINICA, West Indies—Rumor has it, once you've mastered driving on Dominica, you can drive anywhere in the world. It's easy to see why. It is, literally, a jungle. Its roads, most of which are no wider than a Chicago alley, crawl over mountains and cling to cliffs tumbling down to the Caribbean Sea."

CUTBACKS AHEAD ... Less flights expected to negatively impact SKN

SUN St.Kitts & Nevis : "American Airlines recently announced that they will no longer service Antigua, St. Maarten and Santo Domingo with jet service out of San Juan. It will also reduce flights into San Juan from 38 to 18 from 3 Sept., as well as discontinue nonstop daily service to San Juan from a number of US cities. According to reports in the regional press, American Eagle will reduce its Caribbean schedule from 55 to 33 daily departures out of San Juan from 3 Sept., and eliminate daily flights from San Juan to Aruba as well as to Samana, Dominican Republic."

American Airlines starts daily Kingston/Fort Lauderdale service

JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM : "AMERICAN Airlines yesterday introduced a daily service between Kingston and Fort Lauderdale in the United States to compete for a significant portion of travellers from Broward county. The route will be serviced by the airline's 148-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft, which features 16 seats in first class and 132 in the coach cabin."