2397 Views 6 comments Sharing is caring! Share A test flight of the new jet charter flight landed at Douglas Charles Airport on Friday 6 May 2016 (Photo courtesy Minister for Tourism and Urban Renewal, Senator Robert Tonge)A partnership between Island Fun Tours, a tour company in Dominica, and RVR Aviation (Carrier) and Resort Air Services (DOT 380), a jet charter company from Fort Worth, Texas, will see the launch of a new Jet Charter service from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Douglas Charles Airport, Dominica. The services are scheduled to begin 2 June 2016 offering, for the first time, non-stop charter flights from Ft. Lauderdale, FL. and Dominica, several times a week.A test flight of the new jet charter flight landed at Douglas Charles Airport in Marigot on Friday 6 May 2016 while the flight schedule should be released next week. According to Island Fun Tours, the nonstop flights will be able to offer consistent service at reasonable fares, and red carpet service, allowing passengers to travel to and from Dominica in less than four hours, while assuring that passengers and luggage will arrive together. President of Island Fun Tours, Blair Webb told a launching ceremony at Douglas Charles on Friday, support from the Dominican public will be crucial to the success of this new venture.“The more that they assist by flying with us, the better it’s going to get because we can come in and do more flights, we can get bigger jets, we can go into bigger aircrafts, but we need the support from the public; the more support we get from the public, the better it’s gonna get,” Webb said. President of RVR, Ron Whitehead said he is pleased with the test flight which left Fort Lauderdale at 9AM and arrived here according to schedule at 12:12PM.They plan to work “very closely” with all officials in Dominica, Ministry of Tourism as well as business groups and locals, to assist with specialized needs and services, while allowing RVR flights, pricing, and packages to target the needs of these passengers.Tickets for flights and updated information will be available very soon; and Resort Air Services will begin to book seats for the new jet charter service.Island Fun Tours will be the agent in Dominica; and there will be an online purchase program, local ticketing centers, and many incentive deals and packages throughout the year.“We are all very excited about this launch, and want to thank you all in advance for your support of this much needed Jet Charter service – nonstop – from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Douglas Charles Airport Dominica,” the company said. Tweet BusinessLifestyleLocalNewsTravel New jet charter service from Florida to Dominica by: Dominica Vibes News – May 6, 2016 Share Share
The lack of playing time will cost him his place in the Super Eagles.This season, he has played six times for ‘The Latics’, who are 17th on the 24-team Championship table.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram English Championship side Wigan Athletic have signed Leon Balogun on a permanent short-term contract till the end of the 2019/2020 season.Balogun, 31, joined Wigan on loan from Premier League side Brighton, where he struggled for game time following his free transfer from Germany.A long-term injury also did not help his cause at Brighton. Leon Balogun
Wisconsin tennis star Jeremy Sonkin will fire up his 2006 tennis season at Tulsa University this week. The junior will face the best college tennis players, including 36 out of the top 40 players in the nation, at the ITA Ralph Lauren All-American Tennis Championships. The tournament will include last year’s winner who is also this year’s No. 1 seed, John Isner, from the University of Georgia. Last year’s NCAA single’s finalist Somdev Devvarman, from the University of Virginia, will also be at the tournament. These two players are only a fraction of the star-studded list of players heading to Tulsa, but Sonkin remains confident and excited.”I want to win in the qualifying rounds, and then make my way through the first couple of rounds in the main draw,” Sonkin said. “I’m very confident in my game right now and I’ve been working very hard.” Sonkin’s goals for himself will fuel him throughout the tournament, and keep him focused on winning. Last year, his promising season was cut short by an elbow injury, right before competing for the Big Ten singles championship as the No. 1 seed. “I’ve worked hard these past couple of weeks and have been trying to start good habits, and get over last year’s injuries,” Sonkin related. “The whole team has been practicing very hard, I’m just trying to get better every day and start this year’s season off on a good note, I’m really excited to get going.”Although his season ended early last year, he will have a chance to show he has healed from his injuries this week in Tulsa by starting off his first competition of the 2006 fall tennis season with a bang.”I’m feeling good going into this tournament, I’m hitting the ball really well, and I’m definitely ready to go,” Sonkin said. “It’s very important to me to start off on the right foot, and I’ve been working hard to achieve that.” Despite the prestige of the tournament and all the talented players participating, Sonkin keeps a level head and stays confident. “I have some butterflies before every match just because I want to get out there and play. This tournament will be very exciting for me, and I’m excited to compete,” Sonkin said. “I want to win every match and keep a positive attitude, no matter who I play.” In the end, he is just trying to echo the advice men’s tennis coach Greg Van Emburgh gives the team every day on the tennis court. “He loves to encourage us and keep things positive,” Sonkin said of Van Emburgh. “If you have passion and fight on the court, anything can happen.”Sonkin will be the only Badger in the tournament, and opens play in a qualifying tournament, which contains a 128-player draw and is held from Monday Oct. 2 to Wednesday Oct. 4. If he should emerge from the qualifying round, Sonkin will go on to the 64-player main tournament draw, which will be held from Thursday Oct. 5 through Sunday Oct. 8.
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