Caribbean Airlines is launching yet another new route, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Trinidad-based airline is set to kick off a new route between Tobago and Barbados, adding more connectivity to the Southern Caribbean island.
The route creates a new connection option for United Kingdom travelers in particular, who can fly to Barbados and for the first time connect to Tobago.
The Tobago-Barbados flights operate Wednesdays and Sundays.
The flight takes a little less than an hour.
“The introduction of this non-stop service between Tobago and Barbados will be another choice for travelers to connect to various transatlantic markets,” said Garvin Medera, CEO of Caribbean Airlines. “As we continue to re-ignite our customers passion for travel, this flight will facilitate easy connectivity for visitors to explore multiple destinations in the region. Multi-destination tourism offers each country the opportunity to maximum output from its tourism investments and related activities. As we work with our stakeholders to rebuild Caribbean travel, the airline will provide, as best as we can, convenient connections throughout the region and beyond.”