Caribbean Airlines will be ramping up its schedule for domestic flights.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, on Saturday announced that he had asked the state-owned airline to increase the number of flights between Trinidad and Tobago.
He said the flights will be added based on demand.
The PM said: “We expect to get a bit more people going to and from Trinidad and Tobago, so Caribbean Airlines is familiar with that and there are protocols they are following.
Those protocols include the “rigid enforcement” of mask-wearing and social distancing.
He added “And as you use that service, it is a restricted service but less restrictive now, and you are to look after yourself when you’re on the plane, you’re at the airport, you’re on the way. So please, continue to look after yourself.”