Trinidad-based Caribbean Airlines is restarting two of its most active nonstop routes, Caribbean Journal has learned.
Beginning in December, Caribbean Airlines will restart flights from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to both Kingston, Jamaica and Port of Spain, Trinidad.
On Dec. 7, Caribbean Airline will kick off twice-weekly service between Fort Lauderdale and Kingston on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The Fort Lauderdale-Kingston flights will continue beyond the holiday peak period, Caribbean Airlines said in a statement.
On Dec. 12, the carrier will be running twice-weekly Fort Lauderdale-Trinidad flights on Thursdays and Sundays.
The latter will operate seasonally, running though Jan. 10, 2022.
It’s a big step for Caribbean Airlines, which operates a broad intra-regional network but has now begun to restart its international service from the United States.
That comes as both Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago are open for tourism; the latter just reopened over the summer while Jamaica’s tourism industry has been open since June of 2020.
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