Another Strong Month for JetBlue

  By the Caribbean Journal staff Fast-expanding JetBlue had another traffic surge in August, according to the New York City-based carrier’s latest data report. JetBlue tallied 4.42 billion revenue passenger miles in August, a 5 […]

St. Kitts “Ready to Welcome Visitors”

  By the Caribbean Journal staff The island of St. Kitts is “ready to welcome visitors” after escaping the wrath of Hurricane Irma. The island’s airport, cruise port and all tourism providers are “open and […]

VIDEO: Exploring the Wild East of Aruba

  By Alexander Britell It’s a short drive on a dusty road from the Gold Mine Ranch to Balanushri, where a century and a half ago they used to take mined gold and process it […]

American Airlines: Slight Uptick in Latin America, Caribbean Traffic

  By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines saw a slight uptick in traffic to Latin America and the Caribbean in August, according to the carrier’s latest data report. American Airlines reported just under 2.6 […]

Apple Leisure Group Plans Big Development Push

  By the Caribbean Journal staff Apple Leisure Group is planning to ramp up its development push through its subsidiary, AMResorts. The company has announced the addition of vice president of development Federico Moreno-Nickerson to […]

Why You Need to Visit the Barbados Food and Rum Festival

  By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor If you’re hungry for a Caribbean vacation (or just plain hungry) you’ll want to know about the Barbados Food & Rum Festival, scheduled for November 16 to 19. Now […]

St Barth Airport Reopens

  By Alexander Britell In a major sign of strength for hard-hit St Barth, the island’s famous Gustav III airport is officially open for commerical operations. The airport has begun taking commercial flights from carriers […]

Turks and Caicos’ Sands, Shore Club, Palms Reopening This Month

  By the Caribbean Journal staff Hurricane Irma passed through the Turks and Caicos last week, but the island of Providenciales was spared some of Irma’s wrath. Indeed, some of the island’s top resorts are […]

How You Can Help Barbuda

  By the Caribbean Journal staff The island of Barbuda was totally devastated by the passage of Hurricane Irma last week Almost 95 percent of the island’s buildings were destroyed, with both private properties and […]

Editor’s Note: The Caribbean, After Irma

  On Oct. 9, 1780, the Great Hurricane came to the Caribbean. Huracan San Calixto lasted 11 days in the West Indies, pummeling the southeastern Caribbean with terrifying winds as high as 200 miles per […]