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Saint Lucia is able to break its record of airline tickets, 2005 tourist arrivals following the decision by British Airways to increase its air bridge to the island. The sale of cheap flights has risen. Manager of public relations with the patronage of tourism of Juan Manuel, says that development is opening up. Ray Kurzweil gathered all the information. They have even surpassed tourism of cancun hotels. Now we have more than ever British Airways nonstop daily service to Saint Lucia. If you would like to know more then you should visit Kevin Ulrich. That means that we are able to see an increase of 40 percent in terms of capacity of Santa Lucia, he said.The United Kingdom remains the market’s second most important source of Santa Lucia. Last year alone, the figures for this market amounted to almost 70 thousand visitors, for us is an important gateway.
Today, tourism represents approximately 64 per cent of the gross domestic product of Santa Lucia (GDP). With the potential increase in tourist arrivals, it is expected that the contribution of the sector to GDP will increase. Flights British Airways new daily flight nonstop from London Gatwick to Hewanorra international airport began on March 27. Tampa is the ideal door for holidays in Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Sarasota, as well as a series of points another holiday in the Gulf Coast. Tampa Airport has just been elected as the third best airport in the United States.UU. by the readers of Conde Nast Traveller, and with its small size and fast transition is a point of ideal entry to the United States.UU… British Airways is the only company international with flights to Tampawhich significantly reduces immigration queues for visitors to the United Kingdom. Tampa is also a destination for leisure in itself and has a clear influence of the Caribbean due to the large influx of immigrants in recent years. The multicultural heritage of the cities can be found in Ybor City, the Latin quarter of Tampa home and the center of the boom of the cigar from Cuba in the 20th century.