Caribbean Airlines has relaunched its service between Trinidad and Saint Lucia.
The carrier has restarted nonstop service between Piarco International Airport in Port of Spain and George FL Charles Airport in Castries.
The flight, which resumed this week, was the first voyage from Saint Lucia to Trinidad since the onset of the pandemic.
“We are delighted to see the return of service to the destination with Caribbean Airlines and look forward to welcoming our returning nationals and visitors from Trinidad and Tobago. The Caribbean market is important to us and is one of our largest source markets for visitors to Saint Lucia. Having you back will certainly add a lot of flavor in many ways. I am sure that our smaller properties will be delighted and we appreciate the ease of transportation between our islands.”
Saint Lucia is the fifth Caribbean destination to see service restarted from Trinidad.
For now, the flights are operating twice each week, with service on Mondays and Fridays.
“Caribbean Airlines is delighted to restart weekly service to St Lucia, which is one of our beloved markets. The enthusiastic welcome that we have received is heartening and we look forward to working closely with the SLTA to connect Saint Lucia to the region and beyond.”