Jamaica experiencing strong tourism rebound

Jamaica tourism

 

By Akanksha Dean

“The Caribbean island nation is doing all the correct things to spur one of the speediest travel revivals.”

Jamaica is presently experiencing one of the speediest travel and tourism revivals in the globe, according to senior executives of Amadeus, a European-based world-wide travel firm that aids as a mainstay for the universal travel industry.

They have discovered that the explorations and need for Jamaica were running 50 per cent forward of the world-wide average and travel agents steered bookings and searches amplifying the international average.

The updating was given by Tom Starr, a vice-president, and Alex Rayner a director of Amadeus, at the World Travel Market in London, England.

“Jamaica has been undertaking the correct things in the arena and the airlines and tour partners are countering in sureness,” noted Rayner. “We also note that normal room night stays are lengthier, and airlines are putting on more volume to meet the requirement. This is very excellent news for Jamaica.”

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Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett is atop an advanced team from the Ministry of Tourism and the Jamaica Tourist Board in the World Travel Market, one of the major world-wide tourism trade shows in the world.

Bartlett is joined by John Lynch, chairman of the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB); Director of Tourism, Donovan White; Delano Seiveright, Senior Advisor & Strategist in the Tourism Ministry of Jamaica and Elizabeth Fox, JTB Regional Director of the UK and Northern Europe.

“The Ministry and the JTB have been functioning about the clock in link with Minister Bartlett’s insistent push to bring back our statistics and the tourism industry back on path in greatest time,” said Donovan White, Director of Tourism of Jamaica.

“We have preserved, even in the low times, incessant and persistent contact with our many partners to safeguard that we can turn things around as rapidly as possible.”

“The work is difficult but unconditionally required and we are seeing the fruits. However, we continue carefully optimistic and won’t take our eye off the ball,” White said.

Jamaica will this month begin accepting at least 16 flights per week from the United Kingdom, carrying the island back to roughly 100 per cent airline seat capacity as the country’s tourism numbers bounce.

Bartlett also headed engagements and connections at the World Expo 2020 Dubai, which will consequence in the beginning up of tourism and investment opportunities for Jamaica.

(Akanksha Dean is an independent Indian chef, food and travel writer.)

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