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November 11, 2013


Taleb Rifai of the UN World Tourism Organization

“It is clear that in spite of the interdependent relationship between aviation and tourism, greater efforts must be exerted by both sectors to achieve an integrated policy position to ensure a more sustainable and competitive growth. ” – Taleb Rifai, Secretary-General, United Nations World Tourism Organization
“The UK is our second-largest market. It is very important to us in terms of the number of people who visit the country. We see UK tourists as being adventurous and wanting to explore our destination which is really great. We are encouraging more of our visitors to explore our destination because it is great to show them what we have to offer and it also benefits the locals living in St. Lucia. We are also looking to attract more tourists for soft adventure, for romantic trips.” – Louis Lewis, Director of Tourism, St. Lucia (Travel Weekly – UK)
“I would love to be able to offer a $39 fare to CuraƧao but even then, the taxes would be twice that.” – Albert Kluyver, CEO, Insel Air (Travel Weekly)
“Nevis welcomes Seaborne Airlines to serve the needs of our visitors and local travelers alike. San Juan-Nevis is a critical link between Nevis and the United States of America. The government and people of Nevis look forward to a long and mutually rewarding relationship with Seaborne. This new service is excellent news for Nevis and demonstrates Seaborne’s commitment to investing in and developing new markets.” – Mark Brantley, Deputy Premier and Minister of Tourism, Nevis
“At SoCo we offer truly personalized service with exceptional food and high quality service delivered by a caring staff committed to helping our guests relax and de-stress.” – Ralph Taylor, Owner, SoCo Hotel, Barbados
“The times call for an awakening to an untapped, limitless power within, one which when discovered provides the means to be and do better in good times and bad.” – Zhivargo Laing, Motivational Speaker
“Congressman Major Owens was an intellectual giant in public service and a true believer that government exists to advance the quality of life for its residents. He will be dearly missed by all Brooklynites, especially those who were fortunate enough to benefit from his leadership. Jamie and I extend our condolences to the entire Owens family.” – Marty Markowitz, Brooklyn Borough President

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