Delta Vacations’ Caribbean Plans

  By Guy Britton ATLANTA — The Caribbean was well represented at one of the longest running and largest travel agent educational events of the year last week: Delta Vacations University, which took place at the […]

American Airlines Resumes Turks and Caicos Flights

  By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines has resumed its flight service to the Turks and Caicos Islands, the carrier announced in a release. Flights to Providenciales resumed on Saturday, Sept. 23, according to […]

Park Hyatt St Kitts “Still on Track” for November Debut

  By the Caribbean Journal staff The highly anticipated Park Hyatt St Kitts is “still on track” for a November 2017 opening, the property said in a statement. The news comes after the passage of […]

United Arab Emirates to Give $10 Million for Caribbean Recovery

  By the Caribbean Journal staff The government of the United Arab Emirates has announced the gift of $10 million to Caribbean nations and territories that were impacted by recent severe hurricanes. “The UAE is […]

“St Barth 2.0” Moving Ahead As Island Continues Recovery

  By the Caribbean Journal staff The island of St Barth was pummeled by Hurricane Irma, but it’s making a strong recovery so far, according to initial reports. One hotel calls it “St Barth 2.0.” […]

How to Help the Staff of a Beloved Hotel in St Martin

  By the Caribbean Journal staff The beloved Grand Case Beach Club hotel was hit during Hurricane Irma, and now its staff and their families need help, both to rebuild their homes and their lives. […]

Punta Cana Airport Reopens After Hurricane Maria

  By the Caribbean Journal staff Punta Cana’s airport has officially reopened after the passage of Hurricane Maria, officials announced. The airport, one of the busiest in the Caribbean, welcomed three flights from Delta out […]

White House Approves Puerto Rico, St Croix Disaster Declaration

  By the Caribbean Journal staff United States President Donald Trump has declared that a “major disaster” exists in Puerto Rico and in St Croix, ordering federal assistance to supplement local recovery efforts in the […]

Hurricane Maria Heads Toward Dominican Republic After Hammering Puerto Rico

  By the Caribbean Journal staff Hurricane Maria clobbered Puerto Rico on Wednesday, sending it into a total island-wide blackout, with reports of significant property damage. It was not yet clear how much damage had […]

Martinique Quickly Back to Business After Maria

  By the Caribbean Journal staff The French Caribbean island of Martinique was spared after Tuesday’s encounter with Hurricane Irma, officials said. Martinique’s Aime Cesaire International Airport reopened on Wednesday morning, with ports scheduled to […]