CARIBBEAN TRAVEL NEWS ROUNDUP- MARCH 15, 2019

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A man with a brightly painted face stands at the ITB travel fair in Berlin at the stand of the Dominican Republic. Malaysia is the partner country of the 53rd ITB from 06.-10.03.2019. About 10.000 exhibitors from 181 countries and regions present themselves in the exhibition halls at the Funkturm. (Photo by Ralf Hirschberger/picture alliance via Getty Images)
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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 15, 2019: Here are the top stories making news on the Caribbean travel scene for the week-ending March 15, 2019:

Lufthansa will begin service to Barbados this October according to the island’s tourism officials.

Germany has become Martinique’s biggest market outside of France, the island’s tourism officials have revealed.

Condor Airlines and airline partners could soon be flying seamlessly from Scandinavia to Tobago.

Curacao says it is seeing a surge in tourist arrivals from the south american nation of Colombia.

Delta Air Lines will add a second daily flight between Atlanta and St. Thomas, USVI this summer.

Jamaica has been voted ‘Destination of the Year’ for 2018 by the Pacific Area Travel Writers Association, (PATWA).

Royal Caribbean International has announced the cruise line’s new Caribbean itineraries for the 2020-21 winter season.

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