Delia Bennett, sales executive, Jamaica & Bahamas, and Lisa Morales-Wilson, head of sales, Caribbean Airlines, speak to Breaking Travel News during the Caribbean Travel Marketplace. They tell us how important aviation is in the development and success of the hospitality sector in the region.
The carrier, which has long operated the Next-Generation 737, will take delivery of 12 MAX airplanes in the coming years. The airline commemorated the selection of the MAX during a ceremony featuring national dignitaries, including the prime minister of Trinidad & Tobago, Keith Rowley, and Caribbean Airlines chief executive, Garvin Medera.
Alicia Cabrera, senior marketing manager at Caribbean Airlines, speaks to Breaking Travel News as she picks up the trophies for Caribbean’s Leading Airline and Caribbean’s Leading Airline Brand at the World Travel Awards Caribbean & North America Gala Ceremony 2018 in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Caribbean Airlines has selected Amadeus as the provider to upgrade its Passenger Service System. The combined reservations, airport check-in, ticketing, inventory management system, and eCommerce will usher in a new era for Caribbean Airlines and its customers as part of the airlines’ overall customer-centric strategy. By unifying these systems, every customer touch point will be consolidated with the ability to provide comprehensive real-time information.
Caribbean Airlines has launched its non-stop twice-weekly service from Gatwick to Piarco International Airport, Port of Spain in Trinidad and Tobago providing a link between the Caribbean and London.
Caribbean Airlines is launching flights from Piarco, Trinidad to Gatwick, London, with four weekly non-stop flights on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, starting 14 June 2012. Tickets for the new service, which be operated by a 767 – 300 ER aircraft, will go on sale today.
Caribbean Airlines will increase capacity to North America for the upcoming Christmas peak, with the addition of extra non-stop flights to New York from both its Trinidad and Jamaica hubs; as well as additional flights between Trinidad and Toronto. Caribbean Airlines has been nominated as the World’s Leading Airline at the World Travel Awards Grand Final later this year.
Caribbean Airlines has added capacity to its upcoming Christmas peak season to include, non-stop service between Guyana and JFK International, New York.
A Caribbean Airlines plane has crashed at Guyana’s busiest airport resulting in minor injuries amongst a few of the 150 passengers onboard.
World Travel Award-winning Caribbean Airlines will face new competition later this month when the Barbadian short haul, low-cost carrier, REDjet, begins its commercial operations to Trinidad. Here Breaking Travel News looks at how the airline will differentiate itself from its competitors.
The day after America celebrated its liberty, Orlando International Airport celebrated the freedom of international travel with a water salute and the arrival of the first Caribbean Airlines flight to Central Florida. Last year the carrier was recognised by World Travel Awards as the Caribbean’s Leading Airline.