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Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands. March 9, 2015.
Starting in May 2015, comes the first edition of the in-flight magazine “Cacique”. The magazine launched to enhance the travel experience of travelers on interCaribbean is a first for the Turks & Caicos based airline.
Said Trevor Sadler CEO of interCaribbean Airways, we are proud to produce a magazine for our customers who will enjoy articles on the destinations, the fun and unusual places to see, things to do and visit when traveling to the six countries served by interCaribbean Airways.
interCaribbean Airways teamed up with global publisher Land and Marine which is a specialty publisher publishing in 56 countries today. With their strength in printing magazines, we look forward to a fruitful relationship in the Caribbean.
This year interCaribbean Airways converted to a new reservations system and commenced operations with a complete operations software suite for aircraft and crew scheduling. In January the company formally launched our all new Rewards program called “Cacique Rewards” to reward our frequent and infrequent travelers, and now coming in May 2015 our first inflight magazine.
Gary Gimson the Managing Director of the UK based Land & Marine Publication said he is delighted to announce the launch of Cacique in-flight magazine. The first issue of Cacique will be published in early May and the magazine will be produced quarterly thereafter.
Cacique is interCarribean’s first in-flight magazine and its production reflects the continued growth of the airline in the wider region. Land & Marine produces in-flight magazines for five other airlines and has worked clients in the Caribbean for nearly 20 years.
About InterCaribbean Airways
interCaribbean Airways is based in the Turks & Caicos Islands, operating for the last 23 years to connect you and the Caribbean. Services are via EMB 120 and BE99 aircraft connecting the Turks & Caicos to the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Puerto Rico. International services also connect Jamaica to the Dominican Republic and Haiti, and the Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico. Domestic flights are operated in The Turks & Caicos Islands and Jamaica. With new services planned to the Eastern Caribbean we look forward to connecting more of the Caribbean.
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