The Barbados Government appeared today set to walk away from its role as lead shareholder in the cash-strapped airline, LIAT.
Cuba expects to see the triple number of passengers currently traveling to the island through its international airports in the next 20 years, despite recent sanctions by the U.S. government.
Delta Air Lines’ Boston expansion this winter will include new daily nonstop flights to the Dominican Republic’s tourism hub of Punta Cana, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The first A330neo of the Americas has been delivered to Azul Linhas Aéreas on lease from Avolon, becoming the first airline from the Americas to fly the A330-900.
JetBlue expanded its seasonal weekly Saturday service from Newark to Barbados to year-round operations.
Boeing 737-800 will operate the new service from JFK daily. It will have 160 seats that will include 16 seats in first class.
International Airlines Group has reported profit after tax before exceptional items of €70 million for the first quarter of 2019.
Air Transat is heading to the Big Easy, with brand new nonstop service from Montreal this fall and winter.
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Barbados Could Stop Being LIAT’s Lead Shareholder
Cuba to Get More Airlift from the U.S. despite Sanctions
Delta to Expand Daily Flights to Punta Cana this Winter
Azul Gets the First A330-900 Aircraft in the Americas