Cto News

CTO establishes dedicated aviation committee

CTO establishes dedicated aviation committee

13th Nov 2012 Airline News

The Caribbean Tourism Organisation, the international agency responsible for leading the development of Caribbean tourism, has announced a highly focused CTO Aviation Committee to facilitate air transportation into and throughout the Caribbean and to enhance airlift. Particular emphasis will be placed on CTO member-countries.

Caribbean Tourism Organisation unveils new vision

Caribbean Tourism Organisation unveils new vision

18th Oct 2012 Tourism News

The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), the international agency responsible for the development of Caribbean tourism, has a new vision. It is: “To position the Caribbean as the most desirable, year round, warm weather destination by 2017”.

Trinidad & Tobago set for CTO Sustainable Tourism Development conference

Trinidad & Tobago set for CTO Sustainable Tourism Development conference

Trinidad & Tobago will host the next Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) conference on Sustainable Tourism Development in 2013, the CTO has announced. In a symbolic passing of the baton, deputy permanent secretary at the Trinidad & Tobago ministry of tourism, Raye Sandy, received the CTO Sustainable Tourism Mahogany Scroll from Guyana’s tourism minister, Irfaan Ali, at the closing of STC-13.

CTO hosts Sustainable Tourism Conference in Guyana

CTO hosts Sustainable Tourism Conference in Guyana

5th Apr 2012 Travel Events News

The Caribbean Tourism Organisation is preparing for the 13th Annual Caribbean Conference on Sustainable Tourism, which will take place April 15th-18th in Georgetown, Guyana. The CTO and the Guyana Tourism Authority have announced the theme of this year’s conference as ‘Keeping the Right Balance: Sustaining our Resources’.

Caribbean tourism attacks UK government on Air Passenger Duty

Caribbean tourism attacks UK government on Air Passenger Duty

Britain’s decision to go ahead with the double inflationary increase in Air Passenger Duty on Sunday has been condemned by the Caribbean Tourism Organisation, the Caribbean region’s tourism development agency. The Budget 2012, which was released on March 21st, confirmed that the double inflationary increase in Air Passenger Duty to all destinations that had been announced in November 2011 would go ahead from this Sunday, April 1st 2012.

Visitor figures up in the Caribbean

Visitor figures up in the Caribbean

23rd Feb 2012 Airline News

Figures from the Caribbean Tourism Organisation have revealed 23.8 million overnight visitors headed to the region in 2011. This is a 3.3 per cent increase on the figure recorded the previous year.