In a boon for travelers to the Caribbean, JetBlue Airways is adding Wi-Fi across its Caribbean network.

The addition comes as JetBlue has kicked-off a years-in-the-making restyling to its cabin experience, with the first aircraft in its fleetwide restyling program making its debut this week.

The new-look cabins mean wider seats, custom seatback entertainment, mobile phone pairing, new power sources and improved Wi-Fi connectivity, among other changes.

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Citing increased holiday travel to the island, Delta Air Lines is adding more capacity to San Juan for the peak winter season.

The airline said it was upsizing two of the aircraft types used to serve its Atlanta-San Juan route.

The route will operate two of its daily flights with a Boeing 757-200 and an Airbus A300-300 aircraft.

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THERE’S A popular restaurant in the onetime library of a very old Dominican abbey in the Dutch city of Zwolle.

It’s called “The Library,” and it’s won a Michelin star every year since 1993 — now boasting three of them — one of fewer than 200 such restaurants on the planet to do so.

“De Librije,” the the brainchild of the husband and wife team of Jonnie & Thérèse Boer, has become one of the world’s destination restaurants, with a firm place in the culinary pantheon.

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There’s a reason the British Virgin Islands has long been the Caribbean capital of sailing.

And now the archipelago’s world-class sailing offering is on display again with the upcoming BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival.

The annual event is one of the Caribbean’s must-visit regattas, now in its 48th year of operation.

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The Cayman Islands are best known for two radically different offshore activities: banking and diving. The rich reserves within those protected vaults arguably pale beside the treasures of the bejeweled coral reef system ringing the three islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman. While the western half of Grand Cayman seems under continual development—locals joke that the national bird is the building crane—the East End and the two Sister Islands remain blissfully tranquil on the verge of tranquilizing. Onshore activities are remarkably diverse. from horseback riding to enjoying a cosmopolitan dining scene with culinary influences from Peruvian to Punjabi.

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