Caribbean Airlines Adding More Flights to Antigua, Guyana
Caribbean Airlines is continuing its fast-paced intra-regional expansion with more new routes around the Caribbean.
Beginning Aug. 23, Caribbean Airlines will be adding new services between Trinidad, Dominica and Antigua on Wednesdays and Sundays.
The carrier will also be launching new flight options from Barbados to Guyana’s Ogle Airport.
The new routes come after Caribbean Airlines just announced new routes between Barbados and St Vincent along with new service between Barbados and Saint Lucia.
It’s all part of a new push by Caribbean Airlines and another top regional carrier, InterCaribbean Airways, to fill the void left by troubled carrier LIAT.
“We are excited to progress our plans for regional connectivity,” said Caribbean Airlines CEO Garvin Medera. “There continues to be a call for increased frequency and capacity between Caribbean destinations, and by adjusting our strategies and route network to connect these destinations, we can provide more sustainable travel options for our customers.”