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Caribbean Airlines is the state-owned airline of Trinidad and Tobago and was founded on 27th September, 2006.
Headquartered in Piarco, the airline operates flights to the Caribbean, Europe, North America and South America from its base at Piarco International Airport. In addition to Caribbean Airlines hub in Trinidad and Tobago the Caribbean carrier also has another hub in Jamaica at Norman Manley International Airport.
Caribbean Airlines first ever flight took place on 1st January 2007 with 128 weekly departures to 10 destinations and 5 Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
Caribbean Airlines operates more than 600 weekly flights to 19 destinations in the Caribbean, North and South American and the United Kingdom and has an operational base in Jamaica.
Caribbean Airlines operates scheduled services to the following destinations including incorporated services formerly operated by Air Jamaica: Toronto, New York, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Nassau, Montego Bay, Kingston, St. Maarten, Antigua, St. Lucia, Grenada, Caracas, Barbados, Tobago, Trinidad, Georgetown and Paramaribo.
Caribbean Airlines were the pioneers of the simplified one-way fare inclusive of taxes and fees that provided customers with flexible fare combinations and extended stay options. In the first two months of operation, their on-time performance was 93.9%, surpassing the average aviation industry’s standard of 85%. Caribbean Airlines also exceeded industry standards with an impressive lost baggage rate of just 0.7 for January 2007 (less than one bag lost per thousand passengers).
Caribbean Airlines has codeshares with British Airways, with the first flight taking off between Port of Spain, Trinidad and London Gatwick International Airport. The codeshare allows Caribbean Airlines customers easy connectivity to London, a city well loved by travellers.
To meet increased travel demand for major regional events, like Cricket World Cup and the Tobago Jazz Festival in March and April we added a Boeing 737-800 aircraft and a hundred extra flights to our schedule. The enhanced schedule also included special charters to St. Kitts, Bermuda and Grenada, and is a clear example of Caribbean Airlines’ commitment to the Caribbean region and our customers’ needs.
Caribbean Airlines' fleet consists of Boeing 737s and ATR 72-600s. Caribbean airlines currently offers a two class service on their Boeing aircraft with 16 seats in business class and 138 in economy. In August 2007, Caribbean Airlines opened a new 2,000 square-foot sales and ticket office at Nicholas Tower, Independence Square, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad featuring state-of-the-art technology such as internet kiosks for ticket booking and online check-in.
Two months later, the airline purchased the remaining shares of the airline, Tobago Express. This acquisition included the airline’s employees, its five aircraft and responsibility for operating the domestic air bridge between Trinidad and Tobago.
In early 2008, Caribbean Airlines began a daily service to Caracas, Venezuela. The new daily return flight was the first network expansion since the start of operations in January 2007. The introduction of a daily service to Fort Lauderdale, Florida soon followed and we became the regional-airline with the most direct services between Trinidad and South Florida. This growth was complemented by significant costs savings and increased quality control with the move to insourcing the heavy maintenance of the fleet.
Frequent Flyer Program
Caribbean Airlines operates a frequent flyer program called Caribbean Miles to reward regular passengers.
This program offers many benefits to its members, and there is no joining fee, benefits include access to lounges & business centres, discounted rates for co-applicants & corporate clients, waiver of flight and date change penalty, priority boarding and preferential airport check-in.
There are three tiers to the program:
Caribbean Airlines offering fee waivers for Irma-affected travellers
Caribbean Airlines is now offering rebooking fee waivers to travelers whose plans have been affected by Hurricane Irma. Travelers who have confirmed tickets for the period between Sept. 5 and Oct. 31 can now rebook without change fees. The carrier is also offering full refunds on fares paid for travel up to Oct. 31. The waivers apply to travel to or from Miami, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Antigua, St Maarten and Nassau.
Caribbean Airlines announces changes to its schedule to Hurrican Irma
As Hurricane Irma is expected to make its landfall in the United States this weekend, Caribbean Airlines (CAL) has cancelled a dozen flights directly affected. All flights in and out of Kingston and Montego Bay, Jamaica; Nassau, Bahama; Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Orlando in Florida on September 10 (Sunday) were cancelled.
Passengers have been advised to contact its reservation offices for rebooking on the next available service. Affected customers travelling on September 10, 2017 will be permitted to change or cancel their reservations without penalty subject to the following conditions: Passengers must have a confirmed ticket issued before September 10, 2017; Passengers who choose to have their tickets refunded, must do so by September 17, 2017; Passengers who choose to change their reservations, must complete their travel by September 17, 2017, unless travel on the original booking was after this date.
19th July 2017
Caribbean Airlines flights affected by Tropical Storm Don for 18th and 19th July
Caribbean Airlines advises that due to Tropical Storm Don and the consequent closure of the Maurice Bishop International Airport, Grenada, the following flights for today, Tuesday 18 July and tomorrow, Wednesday 19 July are cancelled. These flights affected were BW 448, B4 449, BW 415 BW 438 and BW 439.
10th July 2017
Caribbean Airlines now offers flights between St Vincent and Trinidad 5 x Weekly
This is up from the 2 x Weekly flights it had initially been operating when it became one of the first airlines to offer non-stop flights to the newly opened Argyle International Airport in April.
It added the Thursday, Saturday and Monday flights last week, supplementing the original Sunday and Friday service.
The airline said the expansion in service will improve the frequency with which passengers can connect seamlessly to other international and regional destinations.
The Trinidad and Tobago-based carrier is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and promised that “valued customers can look forward to more exciting developments and new destinations as the year progresses”.
Caribbean Airlines announced it was now offering flights between St Vincent and Trinidad five times per week, up from the two weekly flights it had initially been operating when it became one of the first airlines to offer non-stop flights to the newly opened Argyle International Airport in April.
It added the Thursday, Saturday and Monday flights last week, supplementing the original Sunday and Friday service. Caribbean Airlines announced that the expansion in service will improve the frequency with which passengers can connect seamlessly to other international and regional destinations.
Caribbean Airlines announced it was to introduce a twice-weekly service to the new Argyle International Airport in St Vincent and the Grenadines. The flights, which started on April 14, operate every Friday and Sunday.
The carrier is one of the first airlines to offer non-stop flights to the new airport, which serves as an international gateway to the Grenadine islands. The flights will operate twice weekly, every Friday and Sunday between Trinidad and Tobago and St Vincent and the Grenadines. Caribbean Airlines is one of the first airlines to offer non‐stop flights to the new airport, which also serves as an international gateway to the beautiful Grenadine Islands.
Customers will also benefit from seamless connections between St Vincent and the Grenadines and Caribbean Airlines’ other international and regional destinations.
Caribbean Airlines has successfully completed the upgrade of its Reservations and Airport check-in systems to Amadeus. In 2010, 2011 and 2015 Caribbean Airlines won the 'Caribbean's Leading Airlines' - at the World Travel Awards. Caribbean also has many partners with different levels of involvement in the Caribbean Airlines, partners include RBC Royal Bank, Hertz and Massy Stores.
In March 2017, Caribbean Airlines announced that due to scheduled maintenance work being conducted on the airport runway by the Airport Authority of Trinidad & Tobago (AATT), the Piarco International Airport will be closed overnight between March 12 and 19. As a result of the airport closure, several Caribbean Airlines flights will be affected during this period, according to the airline's advisory. Any passengers affected by possible cancellations will be re-accommodated on other services.
Management considered replacing Caribbean Airlines fleet of ATR aircraft with the comparable Q400 turboprops sourced from Bombardier. In addition, the Caribbean Miles loyalty programme featured a seamless transfer of Miles from the BWIA West Indies Airways Frequent Flyer Miles programme. An initial base of 128,734 recorded Caribbean Miles members had risen to 136,789 members by the end of June 2007, a clear testament to our growing loyalty base.
Montego Bay Fort Lauderdale
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Kingston St Lucia
Piarco International Airport
Piarco International Airport is one of two international airports serving Trinidad and Tobago and is Caribbean Airline’s hub. It is the seventh busiest airline in the Caribbean in terms of passengers served. Piarco International Airport has direct scheduled service to destinations in the United States, Canada, Central America, South America and Europe. Piarco International Airport has two terminals and can handle almost two million passengers per year. Airlines which use Piarco International Airport include American Airlines, Caribbean Airlines, Conviasa, Copa Airlines, Insel Air and Surinam Airways.
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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 moves on from Air Jamaica merger to takeover of LIAT
Caribbean Airlines moves on from Air Jamaica merger to takeover of 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.
- 8x Boeing 737-800NG
- 5xBombardier Dash-8 Q300
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