Caribbean Airlines Flights
Caribbean Airlines commenced operations in 2007 and flies routes formerly operated by BWIA (Bee-Wee). The airline is in fact the national carrier of Trinidad and Tobago and is bases at Port of Spain Int. Airport. Caribbean Airlines operates a network of regional and inter island flights as well as to North and South America. Currently there are no Caribbean Airlines operated flights to Europe but the airline operates flights on codeshare basis from London-Gatwick to Barbados and Port of Spain in association with British Airways. Currently Caribbean Airlines airplanes can be found in Antigua, Barbados, Kingston, St. Maarten, Tobago, Paramaribi-Suriname, Georgetown-Guyana, Caracas-Venezeula, Ft. Lauderdale, New York and Miami in the USA, Toronto-Canada. In addition there is the codeshare with BA to London-Gatwick.
Caribbean Airlines Inter-Island Flights Caribbean Airlines operate aircraft with a bright modern colour scheme, the centre piece is without doubt the stunning vivid blue/green and crimson red beaked Hummingbird which adorns the rear section of their aircraft and the whole of the tail fin. Magnificent sight. This lovely airline has quickly established itself and has become many travellers’ choice of airline when travelling to and within the Caribbean. Friendly service with a smile and a true Caribbean welcome a greets passengers at check in and the true Caribbean hospitality remains to the very moment they leave the aircraft. We thoroughly recommend this charming airline and suggest that when you plan your next Caribbean trip you look no further than Caribbean Airlines.
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Caribbean Airlines Fleet
Caribbean Airlines operate a fleet of : AIr Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines to become one?
Air Jamaica are reported to be re-opening discussions with Caribbean Airlines to form a single Caribbean Airline.Air Jamaica to disappear in takeover by Caribbean Airlines
Caribbean Airlines, based in Trinidad, has finally agreed take over take over terms with the financially troubled neighbouring airline, Air Jamaica.Caribbean Airlines fleet renewal gets boost with big order
Caribbean Airlines has placed an order for nine new ATR 72-600s aircraft from the manufacturer.Caribbean Airlines moves on from Air Jamaica merger to takeover of LIAT
State-owned Trinidad and Tobago carrier, Caribbean Airlines, is seeking to mount a take over bit for the smaller regional airline LIAT.Caribbean Airlines restarting London Gatwick flights from mid June
Caribbean Airlines has announced plans to operate new flights from Trinidad to London Gatwick starting in June 2012.Caribbean Airlines to absorb Air Jamaica's best performing routes.
CARIBBEAN Airlines, based in Trinidad and Tobago, is negotiating to over Air Jamaica's most profitable routes but will not take responsibility for the Jamaican carriers debts.Caribbean Airlines to absorb Air Jamaica's best performing routes.
CARIBBEAN Airlines, based in Trinidad and Tobago, is negotiating to over Air Jamaica's most profitable routes but will not take responsibility for the Jamaican carriers debts.
- 8x Boeing 737-800NG
- 5xBombardier Dash-8 Q300