The launch of Caribbean Airlines on January 01, 2007 will begin an exciting phase in air travel and aviation history in Trinidad and Tobago and the region.
The airline will be based at Piarco, the international airport of Trinidad and will provide regional air transport between Trinidad and Tobago and the following destinations: Antigua, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, London, Miami, New York, St. Maarten, St. Lucia, Suriname, Toronto.
“Caribbean Airlines will ensure that the vital connections to world centres continue to reflect the increasing commercial and industrial importance of Trinidad and Tobago whilst recognising the essential responsibilities of trade and community within the region”, stated Peter Davies, Chief Executive Officer. He continued, “The schedule was designed after a thorough review of each route. Those markets with a proven potential for profitability are serviced in a streamlined, efficient schedule which is focused on service to key destinations; excellent customer service and improved on time performance”.
Caribbean Airlines frequent flyer programme, Caribbean Miles and its membership club, Club Caribbean, will offer many benefits to travellers. Caribbean Airlines will also ensure that customers can redeem the value of their BWIA frequent flyer miles and the privileges of Club BWee, in the new programmes.