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Spirit Airlines Pulls Out of Grand Bahama

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Grand Bahama will lose service from a major airline this month when ultra low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines ends all routes to that island - a loss Tourism officials promise will be met or exceeded.
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Caribbean Plan To Attract Tourists

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BAHA Mar and Scotiabank were last night said to be "close" to a resolution over the latter's $170 million syndicated loan that financed the developer's acquisition of the existing Cable Beach properties, sources close to the situation telling Tribune Business that "tremendous progress" had been made.
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Wyndham Closure Cut Baha Mar Losses By Half

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Baha Mar yesterday said the six-week closure of the Wyndham Nassau Resort and Crystal Palace casino accounted for a "significant portion" of the 50 per cent reduction in its 2009 net losses, compared to the year before.
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Baha Mar Development Company President Resigns

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One of the top men in the Baha Mar Development Company has resigned. John Pagano has stepped down as its president, The Nassau Guardian can reveal.
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Marina Operators of the Bahamas Annual Meeting and Workshops

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Marina operators from throughout The Bahamas will meet in Nassau this week to discuss challenges and opportunities for positioning The Bahamas as one of the world's leading marina destinations. 

The recently formed Marina Operators of The Bahamas (MOB) will hold its Annual General Meeting with a series of timely workshop sessions this Wednesday May 12, 2010, in cooperation with the Bahamas Hotel Association and the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation, at the British Colonial Hilton.

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