Caribbean Airlines will introduce a phased schedule as it rolled out its plans to resume regular flights. July 17 will see opening of operations between Trinidad and Tobago and the Eastern Caribbean, alongside the re-start of operations to New York, Miami and Toronto. The airline’s daily service to Cheddi Jagan International, Guyana continues.
Two immediate additions to the network out of Port of Spain 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.
Flights are available for sale via www.caribbean-airlines.com, Caribbean Airlines Mobile App, Reservations Sales and Service Centres, Ticket Offices and Travel Agents.
Caribbean Airlines has been proactive in putting systems in place, for the convenience and wellbeing of its employees and customers.
Passengers can verify the entry requirements and other important travel information for any destination within the Caribbean Airlines network using the Caribbean Airlines Sherpa Tool at travelguidelines.caribbean-airlines.com
Additionally, travelers can make appointments for COVID-19 tests using an integrated portal via the airline’s website. The booking platform integrates with multiple stakeholders, including medical establishments, airlines, airports and governments, to securely validate and share passenger health credentials, such as test results and vaccines.
Customers are reminded that the airline’s current travel safety protocols remain in place including the mandatory wearing of face masks during check-in, while boarding and for the duration of their flight.