St. Kitts minister of tourism and international transport, Ricky Skerritt, has announced the appointment of Racquel Brown as the new chief executive for the St. Kitts Tourism Authority. The new appointment follows the departure of Acting chief executive, Carolyn James.
Caribbean sub-regional airline Winair will recommence scheduled flights between St. Maarten and St. Kitts & Nevis on October 29th, 2012. That announcement was made by St. Kitts & Nevis minister of tourism & international transport, Ricky Skerritt, following a confirmation visit last Thursday of a three-man delegation from Winair.
An exciting new multi-media Campaign, incorporating advanced audio recognition technology, was launched by the St. Kitts Tourism Authority on 12 May 2012, in partnership with British Airways and the Telegraph Media Group (TMG). This joint campaign will run key activities in May, June and September incorporating broadcast, mobile, online and print.
The Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO), the Caribbean’s official tourism development agency, has selected the Hon. Ricky Skerritt, Minister of Tourism and International Transport, St Kitts and Nevis, for the chairmanship of the organisation for the next two years.
On Tuesday 30th March 2010, St. Kitts proudly welcomed the much anticipated second British Airways inaugural flight from the UK, complementing the current weekly Saturday service to RLB International Airport, which commenced operations just over one year ago
Ricky Skerritt, Tourism Minister for the Government of St Kitts and Nevis talks about the new Christophe Harbour development. This will include a Mandarin Oriental and an Auberge property, as well as a championship golf course. The marina will also include forty slip for mega-yachts. The tourism authority hopes it will cement St Kitts position in the global tourism market.