CAL Sends in 737s to Ease Tobago Backlog

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CARIBBEAN Air­lines says it has rescheduled and consolidated some of its services to fully accommodate passengers booked on the air bridge between Trinidad and Tobago on Monday.

In a statement it said all pas­sen­gers hold­ing con­firmed book­ings for Au­gust 4 and Au­gust 5, have been ful­ly ac­com­mo­dat­ed as a matter of priority.

This after passengers with confirmed tickets had to sleep on the floor of the ANR Robinson Airport as they were unable to get flights to Trinidad.

The air­line says it is work­ing to move stand-by pas­sen­gers out of To­ba­go and the its 737 fleet will sup­port its do­mes­tic op­er­a­tions as re­quired.

“Caribbean Air­lines re­as­sures its val­ued cus­tomers that con­tin­gen­cies are in place, and thanks all trav­ellers for their sup­port and un­der­stand­ing,” the state­ment said.


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