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Posted: Monday, July 27, 2020. 1:14 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: Travelpress.com, a travel and tourism site based in Canada, is putting the world on notice that Belize is getting ready to welcome tourists in August.

In an article published today titled “iBelize Is Back And Ready For Visitors,” Travelpress notes that n a Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association webinar hosted last Friday, Belize Hotel Association

President Ted Tejada said that plans to reopen the Philip Goldson International Airport on August 15 remain unchanged. Meanwhile, United Airlines has resumed its flights to Belize with American Airlines scheduled to return August 18 and Delta Airlines set to return on September 3.

Travelpress also noted that the Belize Tourism Board’s (BTB)’s Misty Michael, explained that there will be a government-approved “tourism-safe corridor,” which will encompass hotels that are ready to receive international tourists as of August 15, and approved transportation for those tourists.

Several Canada-based media outlets have published positive travel writing pieces about Belize this year, including Holr Magazine and

The Daily Hive. Belize has been making strides to improve its market share in tourism for Canada in recent years, especially with the 9 percent drop in Canadian visitors to Belize recorded by the BTB in 2019.

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