Above: the new office
By the Caribbean Journal staff
Caribbean Airlines has opened a new office in Liguanea in Kingston, Jamaica, the company announced.
The new office represents the consolidation of its two former locations at Norman Manley International Airport and Trafalgar Road in Kingston.
“This is a perfect time for us to relocate,” said Clive Forbes, general manager for Caribbean Airlines in Jamaica. “The new offices will enable us to serve our guests more effectively and efficiently by bringing our people together under one roof.”
Forbes said the company was upbeat about its summer bookings.
“The summer schedule will soon become effective with increased frequency and we continue to offer one of the most generous baggage policies in the skies today,” he said.
Caribbean Airlines has also launched a new partnership with Appleton and Grace to serve complimentary summer cocktails to all passengers in August.
Caribbean Airlines operates more than 600 weekly flights to 19 Caribbean destinations.