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October 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);Oct2010 Barbados Supplement, Vol. 5, p9
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The article reports that the annual event Gimme 5 and Fly! mega fam was sponsored by British Airways PLC and Almond Resorts. It reports that Barbados is a very popular destination for customers the tourists. It states that travelers can sign up to receive free travel updates sent directly to their mobile phones and email accounts.


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