Topic Tag: BWIA

Literature, History, Trinidad and Tobago

The first 50

With this July/August 2001 edition, Caribbean Beat reaches its 50th issue. So please forgive us if we celebrate a little. When the magazine...

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Travel, Venezuela

Caracas, Venezuela: Bolivar’s proud city

“In Venezuela is best of everything,” said Luis. We were sitting on a bench in a corner of Plaza Bolivar, the heart of old...

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Culture, Travel, Lifestyle, Caribbean Diaspora

Maura’s mission

BWIA’s new strategic alliance with United Airlines opens up new worlds — as a retired Trinidadian school-teacher finds out When Maura...

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Reader feedback, Reviews

Over to you! (May/June 2000)

CARIBBEAN ALL THE WAY I usually enjoy reading your magazine when flying with BWIA and I love looking at those lovely photographs of the...

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Culture, Literature, Trinidad and Tobago

Cover stories: celebrating 75 issues of Caribbean Beat

The first issue of Caribbean Beat appeared 13 and a half years ago, in January 1992. This September/October 2005 issue that you’re...

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No empty promises

I feel truly excited to have joined BWIA at such a challenging moment in its history. As we all know, the global airline industry has...

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Culture, Lifestyle

Losing it | Last word

One thing about running a magazine: you have to be careful not to lose things. Your content, your judgement, your pants — hang on to them...

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Festivals and Events, Sports

Sports Buzz (September/October 2004)

Calling all strongmen Passengers on BWIA flights to Guyana in late September may notice an unusually large number of musclemen — and...

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