Hits: 210 Created on 13 July 2016 Written by GTA Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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STAY-OVER ARRIVALS UP 10.3% FOR THE FIRST HALF OF 2016

St. George -- Preliminary statistics reveal that stay-over arrivals to Grenada from January to June increased by 10.3% when compared to the same period in 2015.

Read more: HAVE WE TURNED THE CORNER?
 
Hits: 244 Created on 30 June 2016 Written by GIS Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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NEW AIRLIFT COMMITTEE APPOINTED

ST. GEORGE -- Former Chairman of the Grenada Tourism Authority, Mr. Richard Strachan, has been placed at the helm of a new Airlift Committee which is tasked with seeking additional airlines for Grenada. Mr. Peter Fraser is the Deputy Chairman.

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Hits: 270 Created on 21 June 2016 Written by GTA Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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PURE GRENADA UK ROAD SHOW

Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) CEO, Rudy Grant, is leading a delegation to further enhance Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique as a leading holiday choice for UK travellers. The schedule includes meetings with major airlines and tour operators, interactive training sessions with over 150 travel industry professionals, and a networking event with top media.

Read more: ON THE ROAD AGAIN
 
Hits: 308 Created on 14 June 2016 Written by NDC Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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NDC WISHES ALI DOWDEN A SAFE TRIP TO LONDON FOR THE QUEEN'S YOUNG LEADER AWARD

The Leader, members and supporters of the National Democratic Congress, specifically the St. George  North West Constituency, wish, Caretaker Mr. Ali Dowden a safe trip to London, as he travels on Thursday for two weeks to receive the prestigious, Queen's Young Leaders Award from Her Majesty The Queen.

Read more: BEST WISH AND CONGRATULATIONS, ALI
 
Hits: 395 Created on 20 May 2016 Written by George Category: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
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THE GTA HOPES TO INCREASE ARRIVALS FROM CANADA


St. George -- CEO of the Grenada Tourism Authority, Rudy Grant led a three-member delegation on a five day visit to Toronto where they conducted sales calls, attended meetings and engaged in destination training sessions in an effort to boost visitor arrivals from Canada.

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