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.
Caribbean Airlines has launched a non-stop service from Port-of-Spain to Kingston bolstering its position as the leading airline in the region. Last year the carrier was recognised by World Travel Awards as the Caribbean’s Leading Airline.
Caribbean Airlines will add thousands of additional seats to its inventory in April, as the carrier supports a host of international events. Based in Tunapuna-Piarco, Trinidad & Tobago, Caribbean Airlines is also celebrating a nomination as the Caribbean’s Leading Airline by the World Travel Awards.
Caribbean Airlines has recorded one of its busiest ever periods as Trinidad & Tobago celebrates the annual carnival season. Between February 27th and March 13th the airline – which was recognised by the World Travel Awards as the Caribbean’s Leading Airline – carried more than 85,000 passengers.
More than 73 million Caribbean Miles were redeemed on Caribbean Airlines during the program’s first quarter of existence.