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by Josimar Scott (Jamaica Observer) Intra-regional travel, especially in the Eastern Caribbean, will be high on the agenda when travel and tourism stakeholders meet next week in the Cayman Islands to observe the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA’s) 4th Caribbean Aviation Day on September 14.

Held under the theme ‘Recover, Reconnect, Revive’, the Caribbean Aviation Day will bring together industry experts, senior aviation executives, and government authorities to discuss the sector’s largest opportunities and key challenges across the Caribbean region with the aim of identifying how joint efforts can be used to rebuild a more competitive air transport sector in a post-COVID world.

Among the speakers expected to share at the event are Trinidad and Tobago-based economist Marla Dukharan; professor of aerospace engineering and engineering mechanics at The University of Texas at Austin, Dr John-Paul Clarke; IATA regional vice-president for the Americas, Peter Cerdá; and Jamaica Observer Managing Director Julian Rogers. They will join the Cayman Islands Minister for Tourism and Transport Kenneth Bryan along with other senior members of various Caribbean governments at the event.

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