Jet card broker AirStream Jets is waiving its 20% international surcharge for travel to the Bahamas through the end of 2019
The best way to help the Bahamas recover is to take a
vacation in the Bahamas. It may sound odd, but 60% of the country’s GPD comes through
tourism, and since 90% of its upscale hotel rooms remain open, unaffected by
the wrath of Dorian, falling arrivals create a second economic crisis.
Beyond the hotels, their supply chains include numerous
local businesses, and then there are retail shops, boutiques, restaurants, bars,
taxi services, and the companies that support those businesses.
Jet card broker Alliance Aviation is promoting travel to the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian
Start-up jet card broker Alliance Aviation is joining the push by business aviation to help in the recovery of the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian.
The National Business Aviation Association reported during the storm, “FBOs across Florida are getting flights coordinated for when they are cleared into the Bahamas, and many are using hangars as staging areas for supplies.”
Over 60% of GDP in the Bahamas is from tourism. More than 90% of its luxury accommodations were not impacted by Hurricane Dorian.
A short-break vacation is a great way to help in the recovery effort
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Over 60% of GDP in the Bahamas is from tourism and over 90% of of the luxury resort accommodations in the Bahamas are open for business – now – untouched by Dorian.
If you have been wondering how to help, taking a vacation in the Bahamas is a good way. After hurricanes, history tells us visitor numbers drop, and that impacts the entire supply chain for resorts, including many local businesses.