News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 21, 2019: Here are the top stories making news on the Caribbean travel scene for the week-ending June 21, 2019:
New Jersey congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. is asking the U.S. Department of State to reevaluate its travel advisory for the Dominican Republic.
The US has still not updated its travel advisory to the Dominican Republic despite nine deaths there since last year and numerous reports of illness among groups.
Carnival says its new Mardi Gras cruise line under construction in Finland will make its way to Port Canaveral in 2020 to offer year-round, seven-day Caribbean cruises.
A Connecticut woman is suing Caribbean Airlines claiming she was injured after a flight attendant pushed a food serving cart into her arm.
Aruba has been listed as one of 9 cheapest places to fly to right now from the US by USA Today.
The Jamaica Ministry of Health and Wellness has issued a travel warning against the us because of a rise in measles cases.
Six Senses recently unveiled plans to open its inaugural Caribbean resort, the Six Senses La Sagesse in Grenada in 2022.
Expedia has agreed to pay more than $325,000 to settle U.S. government allegations that it improperly helped people travel inside Cuba or between the island and the US.
Prince’s Caribbean Estate in the turks and caicos islands has sold for $10.8 million.
South West has some stellar deals from Fort Lauderdale, including $81 one-way flights to Grand Cayman, $87 one-way flights to Nassau and $113 flights to Belize City.
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