Caribbean Airlines is ramping up its domestic operations between Trinidad and Tobago, the carrier said in a statement.
Beginning June 1, Caribbean Airlines will be increasing its flight frequency on what’s known as the “domestic air bridge” between the two islands.
The airline said it was enforcing social distancing on all flights.
Customers are required to wear face masks at check-in, at the gate and on board the aircraft.
“Caribbean Airlines thanks its customers for their support as we work together to ensure the safety and well-being of all stakeholders,” the company said.
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