Haiti is now a "Go" country

Woody - January 28 2014, 7:52 PM

The Travel Section of foxnews.com has placed Haiti on its "Go List".

In an article published today on their website, the popular travel guides says: This year, we are thrilled to change the country's status to "Go,".

Fox News cites Haiti's recent foray into international tourism that resulted in new flight service to Port-au-Prince from New York City and Fort Lauderdale via JetBlue.

Source: Haiti hebdo news

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