29th Caribbean Tourism Conference: Montserrat

THE BAHAMAS–At the 29th Caribbean Tourism Conference in the Bahamas, the island of Montserrat called attention to new airlift service provided by Air Montserrat. The company now flies four daily flights between Antigua and Montserrat. One-way fares on the nine-seat Britten Norman Islander aircraft will be an economical $65, inclusive of taxes. If the flights are successful, look for Air Montserrat to expand service to St. Kitts, Nevis, St. Maarten and Guadeloupe. For more information visit [www.airmontserrat.com].

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Pivoting Back to Travel: Phase 4

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