CAL to begin flying to St Kitts come July 24

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CAL to begin flying to St Kitts come July 24

Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) has announced that it will begin flying to St Kitts on July 24.

The new route comes on the heels of CAL’s recent revelation of its rollout plan for the Eastern Caribbean.

While still subject to approval from the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority, CAL plans to fly five times weekly between Port of Spain (POS), Barbados (BGI), Antigua (ANU) and St Kitts (SKB).

Port of Spain – St Kitts via Antigua operates three times weekly on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays.

There are also two nonstop flights on Thursdays and Saturdays between Barbados and St Kitts.

According to a media release from CAL’s CEO, Garvin Medera, said “The Caribbean is our home, and as the leading airline in the region, we are focused on fostering connections, facilitating increased trade, and benefiting the economies of the region. Our expansion into the Eastern Caribbean is integral to our growth strategy, and we are excited to provide enhanced connectivity for our valued customers.”

The airline recently acquired three more ATR 72-600 aircraft, each fitted with 68 seats to aid in this route expansion. This is CAL’s 23rd destination.