Caribbean

Americas appointments highlights – Aug-2020

The travel, tourism and aviation industries in the Americas region witness policy and upper level changes on a daily basis. It is important to not

Remote working is now an accepted reality. Barbados anyone?

As the Covid-19 pandemic spread and countries around the world went into lockdown, so millions of companies discovered that staff did actually work very efficiently

Emerging from the grey – things are ‘heating up’ in Dusseldorf in northern winter 2020/21, as Eurowings will have to fend off both TUIfly and Condor on select Caribbean holiday destinations

Demand for leisure travel to summer destinations may come back with a vengeance in European winter 2020/2021 when the coronavirus headwinds should have cleared. Both

Video of the week – Latin America Aviation & LCCs Summit: industry perspectives

The Latin American aviation industry is undergoing some dynamic changes. Airport and airspace infrastructure is improving, and airline operating efficiencies are rising. Airport privatisation processes

Mexican airport group may hit a jam in Jamaica – GAP takes over in Kingston while also operating Montego Bay’s airport

Mexico’s Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico (GAP), one of three major private sector airport operators in that country, and the second most prolific investor abroad after

Baggage allowance issue is ‘a good populist topic’, how Chatbots are now ‘a core part of business as usual’ and the ‘overwhelming adoption’ of basic economy fares – more insights from CAPA’s Latin America Aviation & LCCs Summit

The Latin American aviation industry is undergoing some dynamic changes. Airport and airspace infrastructure is improving, and airline operating efficiencies are rising. Airport privatisation processes

Prospects for Curaçao tourism look solid; Airbnb is also a growing and important component of its tourism industry

Curaçao is posting solid trends in tourism dollars and its hotel performance, which should bode well for the country’s increasing attractiveness as a tourism destination.

Believing in Brazil – international pressures remain, but domestic market seems to be showing signs of improvement

Brazil posed significant challenges for Latin American operators during 2018 because of currency fluctuations and uncertainty driven by the presidential elections. The pressure was largely

Does uncertainty blanket the future of the Latin American aviation sector?

Latin American Airlines continue to face a level of uncertainty in as new governments in the region’s two largest markets settle in and navigate trade

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