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Tourism Aims For More Family Island Airlift

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Negotiations are underway to get even more airlift into the Family Islands, Guardian Business has learned, with recent discussions held between Tourism and Continental Airlines on getting direct airlift into that troubled market.
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Bahamas Hotels May Fully Recover By Year End

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The Bahamian hotel industry should be "at least 50 per cent of the way" to returning to pre-2008 Wall Street crash numbers by year-end if it maintains current performance trends, the Bahamas Hotel Association's (BHA) president telling Tribune Business the organisation had made several proposals to mitigate the impact of any rise in electricity tariffs.
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Travel Conference to Benefit Bahamas

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It may take upwards of a year for The Bahamas to see the real effects of the Travel Professionals of Color (TPOC) conference that hosted over 200 travel professionals from the U.S.
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Albany Resort Survives

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Albany has managed to weather a financial storm which has claimed around 50 of its competitors around the Caribbean, the development's managing partner told Guardian Business.
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South Ocean Resort Developer Breached Court Order

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The developer of an $857 million Bahamas-based resort project breached a Bahamian Supreme Court order requiring it to hand over the books and accounting records to its development partner, an International Arbitration Tribunal ruling has found.
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