Caribbean Airlines says a total of 120,860 seats will be provided on the domestic air bridge for August and September 2022.
It gave a breakdown of 66, 832 seats in August.
In September 54,028 seats will be made available on CAL.
In a media release on Thursday, CAL said since the re-opening of Trinidad and Tobago’s borders in July 2021, the airline has consistently increased domestic flights and added airlift operationally, within the limits of its resources.
It said CAL has also remained in communication with stakeholders, keeping them advised about the factors impacting its operations.
CAL said the company is focussed on operating efficiently, which involves striking a delicate balance of using its limited resources on revenue generating routes and the air bridge.
It is also still in a critical period of recovery, arising from the devastating impact of the pandemic.