21 SEPTEMBER 2015
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Better connectivity within the Caribbean and between North and South America is being promised by Caribbean Airlines, the national carrier of Trinidad and Tobago, through its new autumn schedule.
The programme features daily service to and from Grenada and Barbados, with flights connecting to the airline’s flight bank at Piarco International Airport in Trinidad to destinations throughout the network including Miami, New York, Toronto, Jamaica, Guyana and the Bahamas.
The airline says timing of the services from Barbados and Grenada to and from Piarco gives business travellers early-morning and late-evening returns and easy connections. ‘Walk off and walk on’ service similar to that provided to Guyana passengers is scheduled to be implemented soon.
Features of Caribbean Airlines’ service include free carriage for the first checked bag, frequent flyer miles, free meals, free headsets for films and a full on-board service. www.caribbean-airlines.com
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Brian Beesley, East Grinstead
Caribbean Airlines is pulling out of the London-Trinidad route in the next few months.