With Trinidad and Tobago set to re-opening its borders from July 17, Caribbean Airlines has revealed its flight schedule to and from that destination and other locations. There will be expanded service from JFK to Guyana and re-start of operations to Piarco.
In a press release, the airline states that it will introduce a phased re-start of its scheduled that was disrupted as a result of the pandemic schedule. Operations between Trinidad and Tobago (POS) and the Eastern Caribbean will commence on July 17, alongside the re-start of operations to New York, Miami and Toronto. The airline’s daily service to Cheddi Jagan International will begin later in July. Currently, it flies four times a week to Guyana from JFK.
The release states that two immediate additions to the network out of POS is twice weekly service to Eugene F. Correia, Ogle, International Airport, Guyana and weekly service to/from Dominica.
Flights to Jamaica, Orlando and St. Lucia will operate from August 13 and 16 respectively, with other destinations added later on. The airline also flies to St. Vincent, Grenada, and Barbados. From Barbados, it has flights to Ogle, Guyana.
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Flights to Jamaica, Orlando and St. Lucia will operate from August 13 and 16 respectively, with other destinations added later on.