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Caribbean Airlines’ Latest Changes

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - October 1, 2015

A new schedule for the Caribbean carrier

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Caribbean Airlines has launched a new schedule in the region, the company announced.

The new schedule, which took effect earlier this month, is highlighted by daily service to and from Grenada and Barbados, where flights will connect to Caribbean Airlines’ flight bank in Trinidad.

That will mean connections to various destinations in the company’s network, including Miami, New York, Toronto, Jamaica, Guyana and the Bahamas.

“Our new fall schedule is built for easy connectivity to destinations within and outside the Caribbean region,” said Caribbean Airlines CEO Michael DiLollo. “The timing of the services from Barbados and Grenada to/from Piarco, Trinidad with connections throughout our network, are ideal for business and leisure travellers. The schedule gives our valued customers an early start, late evening returns and easy connections in Piarco with “walk off and walk on” service soon to be implemented similar to the service provided to our Guyana passengers. It means that our customers’ precious time can be put to the best use.”

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