U.S. carrier, Spirit Airlines (SA), promotes a green technology business model, consuming less fuel per passenger than any other U.S. air carrier.
Providing flight service in the U.S., South America, and the Caribbean, SA offers economy fares, dependable on-time departures and arrivals, and welcoming flight attendants. We have a great flying history in Haiti
Added services for an extra fee include roomy front seating and ample legroom, travel insurance, mini-meals, reserved seating, and carry-ons, as well as luxuriant leather seats.
30, Ave Marie Jeanne - Port-au-Prince, Haiti
509 2940-4421 / 509 2940-4422 / 509 2221-4422
Expedia giving Haiti Tourism a Boost
Travel company Expedia has been expanding its presence in Haiti. In the past year travelers wanting to visit the island increased by almost 500% on Expedia's websites.
In 2014 Ministry of Tourism established 40 partnerships with Expedia, and new marketing manager, Maya de Campos, is committed to developing even more.
Tourism Minister Stephanie Villedrouin says the Expedia partnership will increase ". . . our exposure to markets around the world via marketing campaigns, strategic promotions, and the latest technology."
As Haiti political environment has become more uncertain , the efforts made in the tourism industry continue to bear fruits. Ramblers Holidays that has been specializing in guided walking holidays for over 60 years, has become the latest operator to add Haiti to its range of destinations.
Adding the island of Hispaniola to its itinerary of walking tours, the company Ramblers Worldwide Holidays has broadened the scope of Haiti's tourism pull, packaging the rolling hills and dippings, lush, green valleys as a veritable jackpot to its clientele. One of only the latest in a line of operators who have eagerly added Haiti to their list of destinations, Ramblers plans to start selling the Hispaniola leg of their tour package in April 2015. Already other tours such as Exodus have made their virgin tours here, prompting Jean-Marc Flambert, PR and marketing consultant for Haiti, to say the country is moving along well.
On August 8, 2014, I had a chance to visit Airline Ticketing Center in Little Haiti to evaluate how they have been delivering services to their consumers. It is located in a great location, at the corner of 82nd Street and 2nd Avenue, NE. This is considered a prime location for business in the Little Haiti area as many Haitians see first thing as they travel in the busy NE 2nd Avenue. You just can't miss it.
The appearance was very impressive at Airline Ticketing Center in Little Haiti. You enter a room clean and well organized. There are plenty of space to seat while waiting for the next available agent to serve you. Don't worry about it, you will not have to wait that long anyway. This site is really not crowded. While I was there, it did not take me even thirty seconds for someone to ask me how she could help me.
Although I received prompt and quick services at Airline Ticketing Center in Little Haiti, the reception was far from being warmth. Like many other Haitian businesses, Airline Ticketing Center in Little Haiti suffers from lack of customer service skills. It was not long before I realized that the person who was serving me was not willing to go out of her way to help. Instead, she was ready to refer me to the next staff member just for a simple question. In addition, they were not able to give me a business card.
This is not surprising and for a Haitian business in little Haiti, that is considered to be normal. The Haitian customer usually does not ask for much and sometime forget that they are the one keeping these people in business.
Airline Ticketing Center in Little Haiti
8200 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33138