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. The flights will depart from Piarco International Airport in northern Trinidad.
The airline has scheduled the services to operate on Boeing 767-300ER aircraft with state-of-the-art cabins, including in-seat power and video plus flatbed business class seats.
Caribbean Airlines has also been reported to be looking at other long haul destinations like Johannesburg and Delhi.
Caribbean Airlines Limited is the parent of both Caribbean Airlines and Air Jamaica.
Currently Caribbean Airlines operate a fleet of 17 Boeing 737-800 aircraft, 5 Dash-8 and 2 ATR-72 turbo props on regional services within the Caribbean and to the United States.
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