Caribbean Sees Increased Flights

Air Jamaica will increase flights to St. Lucia with continuing service to Barbados effective Jan. 11, 2007. Air Jamaica will provide non-stop flights from JFK International Airport (NY) to HewanorraInternationalAirport (St. Lucia) four times per week (every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday). Call 888-359-2475 or visit [www.airjamaica.com].

American Eagle will increase its service to Anguilla adding two daily flights departing from San Juan starting Dec. 14. Call 800-433-7300 or visit [www.aa.com].

Continental will add a second weekly non-stop flight from Newark, NJ to Bonaire starting Dec. 16. Call 800-231-0856 or visit [www.continental.com]. Caribbean Airlines, as of Jan. 1, 2007, will be replacing BWIA West Indies Airways, which has served the Caribbean for 66 years. The first Caribbean Airlines flight will take off on the first as well. Tickets purchased on BWIA will be honored and frequent flyer miles in Club BWEE will automatically be transferred. For more information call 868-627-2942 or visit [www.caribbean-airlines.com].

Delta plans to add a daily non-stop flight from Atlanta to Santiago, Dominican Republic with connections via New York and New Jersey as well as a daily non-stop and one-stop flight from New York (JFK International Airport) to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (with the one-stop in Atlanta) starting Dec. 9. On Dec. 15 Delta will add a daily non-stop flight from Atlanta to Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. On Dec. 16 Delta is scheduled to offer non-stop service from Atlanta to Martinique every Saturday. Call 800-241-4141 or visit [www.delta.com].

Northwest Airlines will add a new non-stop flight from DetroitMetropolitanAirport to CyrilE.KingAirport in St. Thomas effective Jan. 6, 2007. Call 800-345-7411 or visit [www.nwa.com].

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