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CAL Loyalty Miles Can Now be Gifted to Family, Friends

    PEOPLE within Caribbean Airlines’ (CAL) Loyalty programme Caribbean Miles will now be able to gift miles to family and friends. In a press release on Tuesday, the airline stated that arrangements have been made to have new and enhanced features for members to also purchase miles to boost their own balance and  transfer […]Read More

Dominica Welcomes CAL

  DOMINICA’s Tourism Minister Denise Charles welcomed the first flight of Trinidad and Tobago’s state owned airline Caribbean Airlines into the country on Monday describing the event as a “God Bless Day.” Dominica News Online reported Charles as saying, “It is an excellent day as Minister of Tourism for my staff and I to have […]Read More

CAL Starts New Service Between Barbados & Dominica

CARIBBEAN Airlines launches a service between Barbados and Dominica. The airline stated that the flights will initially operate twice weekly on Saturday and Sunday, increasing to four times weekly by mid-October. In Caribbean Airlines’ CEO Garvin Medera, said: “Our growth in the Eastern Caribbean continues with the start of service between Barbados and Dominica. “Caribbean […]Read More

CAL Reduces Domestic Schedule

  CARIBBEAN Airlines (CAL) has reduced schedule on the domestic air bridge following the rollback Covid-19 measures announced on Saturday. In a press release issued on Tuesday, Caribbean Airlines stated that only travel for essential services will be allowed. The airline has added additional flights to accommodate such. The public was also reminded that the […]Read More

CAL Earns More Revenue in Jan/Feb

    DURING the first two months of the year before the effects of Covid-19 set in, Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) surpassed its earnings before interest and taxes compared to the same period in 2019. A release on Wednesday said that Caribbean Airlines performance for January and February 2020 surpassed previous year 2019. It noted […]Read More

Phase 2: CAL Repatriation Flights

  CARIBBEAN Airlines (CAL) has completed its second phase of repatriation flights allowing for Caribbean nationals to return to their home countries. Scores of nationals, inclusive of stranded Guyanese citizens, were airlifted and reunited with their families and loved ones, on home soil, a release from CAL stated on Saturday. Additionally, some 144 farm workers […]Read More

CAL to Fly in UWI Students

  CARIBBEAN Airlines (CAL) will facilitate the repartition of Trinidad and Tobago University of the West Indies (UWI) students studying in Barbados and Jamaica. The first flight leaves the Norman Manley International Airport on Saturday and the second on Monday from Grantley Adams International Airport. On Wednesday National Security Minister Stuart Young said that these […]Read More

Returning Home During the Covid-19 Pandemic

I travelled to Broward County, Florida, USA, two weeks ago. At the time of my arrival, Florida had just announced its first cases of COVID-19. There were no airline restrictions on entry to the US by non-citizens and it was business as usual. Everything appeared normal – shops, stores, bars, clubs were all open, no […]Read More

CAL Continues to Fly Despite Travel Ban

    CARIBBEAN AIRLINES continues to operate as usual despite the announcement by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley on Monday that a 14-day travel ban will be placed on all foreigners wanting to come to Trinidad and Tobago. In a release on Tuesday, it stated that flights were operating. It stated, “The airline confirms that […]Read More

PM: No Foreigners in TT for Next 14 Days, All

PORT-OF-SPIAN – TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO has closed its borders to foreigners for the next 14 days. This announcement was made by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley after an emergency Cabinet meeting on Monday to deal with the Covid-19 threat. Rowley said, “We have to isolate ourselves from the source of the virus from outside Trinidad […]Read More