The Curaçao Tourist Board (CTB) has announced that beginning on April 6, 2023 JetBlue will add two additional flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport, increasing the non-stop route from three days a week to five days. The additional service comes as a result of a steadily growing demand from the U.S. market as well as a longstanding and proven partnership with JetBlue and island stakeholders.
With the increased number of flights, roundtrip routes will be available on a Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday rotation. Flights will depart New York (JFK) at 8:00 a.m. and arrive in Curaçao (CUR) at 1:25 p.m. with a return flight from CUR to JFK departing at 2:25 p.m. and landing at 6:29 p.m. Booking for the additional flights is currently live on www.jetblue.com for those looking for a culturally rich getaway with plenty of sunshine for late spring, summer and beyond.
Source: Travel Daily News
Air Europa will connect New York with Santo Domingo next July
Air Europa will expand its network of destinations as part of its expansion plan started in 2022, reinforcing its summer programming with a new connection between New York and Santo Domingo.
The company, which has opted for long-haul Boeing 787 Dreamliners, as is the case in New York and Santo Domingo, affirms that it continues to increase its number of […]
Caribbean sees jump in visitors since pandemic began
Tourists flocked to the Caribbean last year in numbers not seen since the pandemic began, with the Dutch Caribbean and U.S. territories like Puerto Rico surpassing even pre-pandemic visitor arrivals, officials said this month.
More than 28 million people visited the region in 2022, a more than 50% jump compared with the previous […]
ITB Berlin comes to a successful conclusion
ITB Berlin 2023 has come to a successful end: With around 5,500 exhibitors from 161 countries, the World’s Leading Travel Trade Show maintains its position as the leading platform for the global travel industry.
The industry expects 2023 to be a record year despite economic challenges – Fully booked halls on the trade show’s return:
Personal contact crucial for tourism […]
Point of View: Int´l Indigenous Tourism Conference in Manitoba
Point of View-Int´l Indigenous Tourism Conference in Manitoba. Image: Global News
For the first time ever, Manitoba is the host of the International Indigenous Tourism Conference, where Indigenous tourism operators and associations have all gathered in Winnipeg for the event which got underway Wednesday.
“We are very excited to be here,” said Keith […]