Cayman Islands takes over as Chair of CTO

Chairmanship of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) transferred from Barbados to The Cayman Islands during CTO’s business meetings on Grand Cayman this month.

Cayman Islands takes over as Chair of CTO

Chairmanship of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) transferred from Barbados to The Cayman Islands during CTO’s business meetings on Grand Cayman this month.

Kenneth Bryan, the Cayman Islands Minister of Tourism and Transport said: “As the new chairman of the Caribbean Tourism Organization I am committed to creating many more opportunities for candid discussions, by bringing the stakeholders together and finding the best ways forward.”

Rosa Harris, Cayman Islands Director of Tourism, said: “It was a pleasure and a privilege for the Cayman Islands Department and Ministry of Tourism to host the Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) for their meetings and the IATA Caribbean Aviation Conference and welcome Ministers, Directors from the CTO member countries, and senior airline executives along with a range of respected international media. It was an added honour for our Minister of Tourism, the Honourable Kenneth Bryan to be elected as the new chairman of the CTO for the next two years.”

Harris continued: “After two years of minimal travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference was a welcome opportunity for the great and good in tourism across the Caribbean to discuss and collaborate on issues that affect all our island nations.”

“Tourism and travel to the Cayman Islands are recovering well and UK forward bookings from British Airways are strong demonstrating recovery. We look forward to continuing our work with the UK travel trade and appreciate our partnership.”

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