October 21, 2019

Updated Statement re: Caribbean Airlines flights affected by Tropical Storm Dorian August 26th and 27th, 2019

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Port of Spain, August 27, 2019. Caribbean Airlines advises that due to Tropical Storm Dorian, the following flights for 9 were cancelled: Please be advised that passengers affected by the cancellation of the aforementioned services as a result of the Tropical Storm, will be re- accommodated on the following flights:

Update on Caribbean Airlines flights affected by Tropical Storm Dorian

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Caribbean Airlines to launch service between Kingston Jamaica and Grand Cayman from October 29, 2019

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Piarco, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. August 21, 2019 – Caribbean Airlines announces the start of service between Kingston, Jamaica and Grand Cayman, from October 29, 2019. The flights will operate twice weekly to Grand Cayman from Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, Jamaica each Tuesday and Saturday. Now business, leisure and other travellers can easily connect […]

Caribbean Airlines is the official airline of the World Interhash “CARNIVAL OF HASHES” 2020

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Piarco, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I., August 16, 2019 — Caribbean Airlines is the Official Airline for the World Interhash 2020, which will take place in Trinidad and Tobago from April 23-26, 2020. The airline will welcome over 4,000 visitors to Trinidad and Tobago from over 250 Interhash chapters across 75 countries worldwide who will participate […]

Caribbean Airlines domestic operations

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Piarco, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. August 5, 2019 – Caribbean Airlines advises that due to a disruption of service on the domestic air bridge of August 4, 2019 the airline has consolidated and rescheduled some of its services on the domestic air bridge for today, August 5, 2019. As a matter of priority, all passengers […]

Madera outlines strategy for Caribbean Airlines

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BY RICHARD BROWNE From Jamaica Observer Coming out of its first profitable year for some time, Caribbean Airlines (CAL) has big plans to develop Norman m anley International Airport (NMIA) into a regional hub for the Caribbean, according to its CEO Galvin Madera. In an exclusive interview with the Jamaica Observer, Madera spoke on the strategic plan to expand the […]

Latin America and Caribbean airlines achieved 15 consecutive years of record growth

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From CAPA ALTA Traffic Report, December 2018 Latin America and Caribbean airlines achieved 15 consecutive years of record growth. Passenger traffic increased 5.7% in 2018, the highest growth since 2015 2018 set the fifteenth consecutive year of growth in Latin American and Caribbean airlines passenger traffic and the year with the highest growth recorded since 2015, confirming the recovery […]

ONLY 1 Caribbean location makes Travel & Leisure’s Top 50 Destinations for 2019

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f The only destination in the Caribbean to be listed on Travel & Leisure’s 2019 Top 50 places to go to may be the combined band of islands south of St. Vincent referred to as The Grenadines. These islands didn’t suffer the devastation of several other Caribbean locales through the 2017 hurricane season, and their current […]

Guyana poised to become Caribbean’s foremost investment destination-President Granger says at opening of GUYTIE

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From Kaieteur News President David Granger is predicting that Guyana will become the destination of choice for persons seeking investment opportunities in the Caribbean. The President made the disclosure on Thursday while addressing the opening of the inaugural three-day Guyana Trade and Investment Exhibition (GUYTIE) at the Guyana Marriott Hotel under the theme: ‘Made locally, […]

JFK security officers deserve dignity and respect

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BY SENATOR JAMES SANDERS JR.From Caribbean Life Airport workers play important, vital roles in keeping the traveling public safe and secure at LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport. Given that they are employed by a hodgepodge of contractors, like Global Security Consulting Group, they endure things like employers not paying them uniform allowances […]