CARICOM countries are not doing well in rankings in travel and tourism competitiveness, and consequently they need to invest more in underdeveloped cultural and natural resources that will entice visitors and make them more appealing travel destinations.
Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) has introduced provisions that would severely limit any regular travel and trade between the U.S. and Cuba
In a furore that could sour regional relations, Antigua Prime Minister Gaston Browne has condemned the LIAT Board and a shareholder government for allegedly undermining LIAT
By current trends, demand for Cuba’s tourism product could outstrip the island’s capacity to accommodate a growing influx of travellers
Although visitor arrivals may be up, the current available data is insufficient to gauge the true health of the tourism sector
Antiguan Prime Minister, Gaston Browne, has requested a stay on LIAT shareholders’ decisions to cut staff and relocate its fleet