CAL’s direct flights to Caracas resume today

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CAL’s direct flights to Caracas resume today

Caribbean Airlines has announced that their direct flights from Piarco International Airport and Caracas, Venezuela are set to resume on Saturday.

CAL announced on April 24, the resumption of direct flights. Initially, flights will operate every Saturday and a higher frequency is expected in the future.

In a statement, CAL said: “This marks an important step forward for the airline as it continues to connect the Caribbean region and provide added value to its customers.

“With the largest network in the region, Caribbean Airlines is committed to offering its passengers convenience, allowing them to fly within, to and from the Caribbean with ease.”

Garvin Medera, CEO of CAL expressed his enthusiasm for the airline’s continued growth and commitment to the Caribbean region.

“The Caribbean is our home and we are dedicated to connecting our people and communities,” he said.

He continued, “Caribbean Airlines is ready to grow, and we are delighted to resume flights to Caracas and provide reliable and convenient travel options for our valued customers.”

With increased frequency expected in the future, travellers can look forward to more travel options to and from Caracas, Venezuela and other destinations in the Caribbean.