Expedia has offered to help Puerto Rico pay for airfare to visit some of the islands hardest hit by Hurricane Maria.

The company’s CEO, Craig Barratt, has also visited Puerto Rico, while Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is visiting the US territory.

He said the company would continue to support the US-based airline, which has already started flying to the US Virgin Islands.

“Our company has been supporting American Airlines and the Virgin Islands as we’ve been able to provide more than 100 flights,” Mr Barratt said.

“I’m not sure we would have done so without Expedia and the incredible team that has been there and helping us.”

We have been making our arrangements for a couple of weeks now and we’re going to be doing so again this week,” he said.

Mr Barrat said the airline would continue providing flights and flights would be available to the Virgin islands.

He was speaking as he said the island of Vieques would not be affected by the storm.

“We are asking the governor to declare a state of emergency and to begin to help the people in Puerto Ricans most vulnerable to the impacts of this storm.” “

The Governor has ordered the Governor’s office to close schools and to assist the citizens in the areas that are under threat of being impacted by the hurricane,” the statement read.

“We are asking the governor to declare a state of emergency and to begin to help the people in Puerto Ricans most vulnerable to the impacts of this storm.”

Mr Barrath also visited the US territories in August and visited San Juan to mark the anniversary of Hurricane Hugo.

He has previously visited Puerto Ricos Virgin Islands and St Martin.

US Virgin islands Mr Barrett also visited St Martin, the US island of St Martin that was devastated by Hurricane Irma in September.

The Governor of the US state of Florida visited the St Martin island in August to mark its 50th anniversary of independence from Portugal.

US territories In August, Mr Barrats visit to St Martin saw him meet with Governor Ricardo Rosselló, the country’s president, who told him that “we are working with the government and with the airlines to help people in St Martin”.

He added: “The Puerto Rican government and airlines are working very closely together to make sure that the people are protected, that they are provided the care and support that they need.” “

In terms of the tourism, we are looking at a number of options.”

He added: “The Puerto Rican government and airlines are working very closely together to make sure that the people are protected, that they are provided the care and support that they need.”

US territories Puerto Rico and the US have different economic, financial and social systems.

They share a common language, language and history, but some areas in the two territories are divided along political lines.

Puerto Rico is governed by a president, not a Congress, and Congress has no power to declare war or raise taxes.