Roseau, Dominica: interCaribbean Airways announced the expansion of its service of flights to Dominica. Multiple daily flights will fly into the Nature Island from Saint Lucia and Barbados and depart via direct or one stop.
Discover Dominica took to Facebook, shared the update and stated that people can board any of the 17 flights per week for your next getaway to Dominica, right in time for Jazz’n Creole.
Discover Dominica stated that the airways will help to connect via British Airways at Barbados for a SAME DAY connection between the UK and Dominica.
It will also connect in Barbados for round-trip flights between the US & Canada and Dominica with American Airlines, JetBlue, United Airlines, Air Canada, or WestJest in Barbados.
interCaribbean Airways announced additional flight service from Havana to Eastern Caribbean, aiming to celebrate several festivities, carnivals, events and music festivals. It will provide efficient access to the tourists to get connected with the different festivities of the Caribbean island nation, showcasing the vibrant culture and values of the region.
Further, interCaribbean Airways also announced the Trivia Contest on the ticket flights. It also invited the public to attend Jazz’n Creole Festival of Nature Isle.
interCaribbean Airways stated, “Trivia Contest! Discover Dominica & interCaribbean invites you to the Dominica Jazz’n Creole Festival.”
Participants will have a chance to win the following:
- Tickets to Dominica on interCaribbean
- Airport pickups
- Jazz’n Creole event tickets
- $200 in spending money
Follow these two steps:
1. Follow Dominica Festivals (and find the answers there to respond to the trivia contest!)
2. Follow @intercaribbeanairways and respond to these questions here in our comments:
a) What edition is this year’s Jazz ‘n Creole?
b) Where is Jazz ‘n Creole held?
c) Name the artiste who will perform this year at Jazz ‘n Creole – hint the artiste is a Haitian-American songwriter and pianist.
They will select a winner from those who respond correctly to the trivia contest and follow the steps.
- Winners will be chosen by raffle. Winners will be responsible for the taxes on air tickets and their accommodation in Portsmouth, Dominica, and incidentals.
- All the prizes are to be given by Discover Dominica Authority, except for the air tickets.
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