Regional Caribbean carrier interCaribbean Airways is launching a pair of new routes between the USVI and Tortola.

interCaribbean is launching new daily flights between Tortola and St Thomas and St Croix, the company said this week.

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Following the devastation of Hurricane Dorian, we are spreading the information on how people can help the families living in the Bahamas to rebuild their lives.

For Monetary Donations:


Bahamas Red Cross Society:

We will rebuild. Bahamians are resilient and as our communities come together, we need your prayers and donations friends. We all love The Bahamas, our beautiful islands and people 🇧🇸
#bahamas #bahamasstrong #hurricanedorian #prayforbahamas

Spirit Airlines says it is adding more space to its cabin.
The low-cost carrier has unveiled what it’s calling new, more comfortable seats that provide “additional legroom.”
Spirit’s new seats, created by UK-based Acro Aircraft Seating, integrate “state-of-the-art” design features, including thicker padding, ergonomically-designed lumbar support, and additional pre-recline.
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On Sept. 8, 1932, the biggest storm ever recorded in Abaco pummeled the island, destroying hundreds of homes and killing 10 people, just enough to land it on page 22 of the Sept. 9 edition of the New York Times.

Today, Hurricane Dorian and its landfall in Abaco and Grand Bahama are on the front page of every newspaper around the world.

That our hearts and minds and attentions are so intensely focused on the events and people in the northwestern Bahamas this week is a testament not just to the power of the Internet but to what this wonderful corner of the world, The Bahamas, has come to mean to so many around the world, in the last eight decades.

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