Caribbean Airlines increases US flights

Caribbean Airlines is increasing frequencies between Port-of-Spain and New-York, Port-of-Spain and Toronto as well as within the Port-of-Spain, Georgetown, Guyana and Bridgetown, Barbados triangle starting June 1st 2007.

“With this improved schedule we are increasing our available seats to the Caribbean and North America by more than 25%” says Caribbean Airlines Director Network Management, Dayanand Birju, “This will allow us to offer extremely competitive fares during the peak summer travel period and beyond as well as address our customers’ need for more flexibility on these routes”.

Caribbean Airlines will operate double daily frequencies to New-York four days a week maintaining daily flight service for the remainder of the week. The Port-of-Spain to Toronto route will see the addition of one extra flight a week. Caribbean Airlines is also launching a morning and evening route linking Georgetown, Guyana, Bridgetown, Barbados and Port-of-Spain 3 times a week.

All inclusive one way fares starting at:

New-York: US$ 199.00

Toronto: US$ 199.00