Caribbean Airlines recently announced the launch of its fall schedule, which became effective from September 10, 2015. Media reports said that the fall schedule has been specifically designed to provide seamless connections to North America and South America from the Caribbean.
The reports said that Caribbean Airlines will offer daily flights to Trinidad from Grenada and Barbados. The customers will be able to connect from Trinidad’s Piarco International Airport to various destinations throughout the airline’s network, including the Bahamas, Guyana, Jamaica, Toronto, New York and Miami.
Michael DiLollo, CEO of Caribbean Airlines, said, “The airline will now be serving its valued customers even better. The new fall schedule has been specially designed keeping in view easy and improved connectivity to destinations within and outside the Caribbean region.” DiLollo further said that the flight timings from Grenada and Barbados to Trinidad with multiple connections throughout the airline’s network would prove to be beneficial for both leisure and business travellers. The new fall schedule would provide the customers an early start, late evening returns and easy connections in Piarco International Airport.
According to media reports, Caribbean Airlines is planning to launch its new “walk off and walk on” service at Piarco International Airport on the similar lines being currently provided to the travellers from Guyana. With the launch of the service at Piarco the passengers would be able to make the best use of their travel time.
Caribbean Airlines is presently in unenviable position of maintaining hubs both in the southern and northern Caribbean region. The airline has its hubs in Trinidad and Tobago in southern Caribbean, while it has a hub in Jamaica in the northern Caribbean.