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American Airlines has launched a new route to the Caribbean’s most popular tourism destination, the Dominican Republic. 

This weekend, the world’s largest airline kicked off its first-ever route from Miami and Samaná. 

Samaná, set on a peninsula in the northeast of the country, has been one of the fastest-growing tourism hotspots in the wider country in recent years. 

American had been previously serving Samana from its Charlotte hub. 

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The Dominican Republic is back — and then some. 

The Caribbean’s most popular tourism destination had another record-breaking month in February, a sign of the country’s full-fledged travel rebirth. 

In February, the Dominican Republic reported more than 566,000 passengers, representing the second-best month for tourism in its entire history. 

That represented 268 percent growth over February 2021, maintaining a trend of recovery the country has seen since September of last year. 

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Cayman marked the arrival of the first American Airlines flight at Owen Roberts International Airport since the borders closed in 2020.

The flight, from Miami, touched down around 2pm on Thursday afternoon.

It comes after United Airlines returned to the jurisdiction on Saturday, marking the resumption of its routes from Newark, Washington (Dulles), Chicago and Houston.

Later on Thursday, Premier Wayne Panton announced that Cayman would be dropping the post-arrival lateral flow testing on days 2, 5 and 7 for securely verified travellers.

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Cruise ships are coming back to the Cayman Islands next month. 

The British Overseas Territory’s government says it is projecting the first ships to return to Cayman beginning March 21, pending formal Cabinet approval. 

It’s been almost two years since the last cruise ship called on Grand Cayman before the onset of the pandemic. 

In the first phase of the cruise industry relaunch, ships will be limited to 40 percent of previous passenger volumes. 

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The leading luxury resort on the Bahamian island of Eleuthera is back, Caribbean Journal has confirmed. 

The Cove, Eleuthera, long the most celebrated luxury resort on the island of Eleuthera and among the top hotels in The Bahamas, reopened this week. 

The 55-room hotel is set about 20 minutes from the island’s chief air portal, North Eleuthera International Airport. 

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