St Kitts & Caribbean Airlines hosts over 30 travel agents
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St Kitts & Caribbean Airlines hosts over 30 travel agents (PC – Facebook account of Kittitian Heartbeat)

The Tourism Authority of St Kitts and Caribbean Airlines collaborated to host 30 travel agents from Port of Spain, Trinidad. The Authority hosted a brief ceremony for these agents on Friday, July 27, 2023, to give them an unforgettable experience.

As part of the ongoing promotional series of Caribbean Airlines, these agents had the chance to indulge themselves in the mesmerising destination.

Of these agents, two lucky individuals won a free trip to the island, which also included hotel accommodations. This exclusive opportunity was part of the exceptional promotions for Caribbean Airlines flights from the island of Trinidad to St Kitts through Antigua and Barbuda.

The team members of the St Kitts Tourism Authority gave a captivating and comprehensive presentation in which these agents from Trinidad and Tobago were invited to Venture Deeper into the soul and heart of St Kitts while indulging in its unique products, scrumptious culinary delights and rich historical heritage.

The team of St Kitts felt honoured to welcome these representatives from the Trinidad Tourism Board, who made a courtesy call to the St Kitts Tourism Authority team.

Notably, Caribbean Airlines has also issued a travel alert for passengers arriving in St Kitts, which is in accordance with St Kitts Immigration requirements. The notice says all arriving passengers must complete the online immigration and customs ED Form.

All persons travelling to St. Kitts must complete the form online before their arrival through www.knatravelform.kn. A valid email address is needed to use this service, as the Immigration & Customs receipts are emailed to the travellers upon submission of this Form.

After completing the Form, travellers can check their email for the Immigration and Customs receipt. They may then choose to save the receipt on their mobile device or print it out for safekeeping.

Upon arrival, they are required to present it to the Immigration and Customs Receipt. “This is in accordance with the policy of the St Kitts Immigration and Customs, and our airport teams are here to assist you on arrival,” added the airlines.

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