Rupert Griffith, minister of tourism, Trinidad & Tobago, tells Breaking Travel News about the destination’s new focus on tourism.
Caribbean Airlines is launching flights from Piarco, Trinidad to Gatwick, London, with four weekly non-stop flights on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, starting 14 June 2012. Tickets for the new service, which be operated by a 767 – 300 ER aircraft, will go on sale today.
Rajiv Shandilya, the newly appointed Chairman of the Tourism Development Company Trinidad & Tobago talks to BTN about new initiatives planned for Trinidad and Tobago as it seeks to become an aggressive player in the Caribbean travel and tourism landscape.
BTN talks to Oswald Williams, Secretary of Transportation, Trinidad & Tobago at ITB 2011
Trinidad & Tobago has been one of the success stories in the Caribbean this year, as the region battles back from the global economic downturn. Here Breaking Travel News sits down with newly appointed tourism minister Rupert Griffith to discuss what the future holds for this top destination.
Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Kamla Persad-Bissessar has hailed Guyana’s ‘very buoyant’ economy and joined the country’s President Bharrat Jagdeo in announcing that new bridges of economic cooperation will be built between the two countries.
The Coco Reef Resort - Tobago, which was voted “Caribbean’s Leading Hotel” at the 2008 World Travel Awards, has just become even better following a major renovation of its spa facility.
Joyce Mouawad, Director Sales Marketing, Le Royal Beirut speaks to Breaking Travel News at World Travel Market 2008
Jason Baptitse,Trinidad & Tobago speaks with BTN at WTM 2008
The line-up for the fourth Tobago Jazz Festival, to be held in April 2008 has been announced.
Breaking Travel News interviews Dexter Trim, Exec Assistant to The Secretary for Tourism and Transportation, Trinidad and Tobago, tells BTN about increasing hotel rooms and airport construction in the region.