Air Canada Is Coming Back to Trinidad
After a four year hiatus, Air Canada is making a comeback in Trinidad for the upcoming winter season, Caribbean Journal has leaned. The airline will be relaunching service to Port of Spain on Nov. 1, 2023.
Air Canada’s return will include three flights each week between Toronto and Port of Spain, with service on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Return flights from Trinidad to Toronto will run on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
That will expand beginning Dec. 3, when Air Canada operates four flights each week between Toronto and Trinidad.
“We welcome back Air Canada to our destination. This is a positive development for our tourism industry, and we look forward to using this connection to continue to promote Trinidad as a top travel destination.”
The return to Trinidad is part of a much larger Caribbean ramp-up for Air Canada the upcoming winter, one that includes new routes and expanded frequencies to a host of islands in the region.
“We continue to work with our international partners and stakeholders in the Air Transportation industry to increase our connectivity and seat capacity from our traditional source markets while at the same time, reducing the cost of travel to Trinidad and Tobago,” said Randall Mitchell, Trinidad’s Minister of Tourism, Culture and the Arts.