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Bahamas Hotel Rate Cuts Lowest in Region

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The Bahamas was unable to cut hotel room rates as deeply as other Caribbean destinations in response to the recession because to have done so would have left the industry mired in "deeper unprofitability" due to high operating costs, the minister of tourism and aviation said yesterday.
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10% Drop In Tourism Revenue

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Stopover visitors to the Bahamas fell below the one million mark in 2009 following a 12.8 per cent year-over-year contraction, with tourism industry earnings dropping 10 per cent to around $1.5 billion.
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 July 2011 17:31 Read more...
 

New Flight Services Into The Bahamas

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Three Bahamian locations are to get more air services as a Florida airline announces it is expanding its schedule.

Last Updated on Friday, 15 January 2010 12:07 Read more...
 

Hotel Occupancy Exceeded New Year Expectations

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The New Year holiday "exceeded expectations" for many Bahamian hotels as average occupancy rates soared into the 90 per cent range with some days sold out, although the Bahamas Hotel Association's (BHA) president yesterday cautioned that the sector had to make up considerable ground to return to pre-credit crunch business levels.
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New Plans To Jumpstart Tourism In 2010

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Tourism's delay in unveiling its new 2010 brand has not hampered it any from launching a new ad campaign offering free companion airfare — a move being billed as the hottest deal of the season.
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