Caribbean Airlines advises that its flights are operating and urges its customers to visit the airline’s website (www.caribbean-airlines.com), its social media pages and download the Caribbean Airlines mobile app, for the most up to date information on its services.
The airline confirms that there are travel restrictions into SOME of the destinations to which it operates.
Based on this, some of the airline’s international and regional services may be consolidated or altered. Passengers on any services impacted by the consolidation of flights, are being re-accommodated.
The company also said that the following persons will NOT be processed for travel on any Caribbean Airlines services
with a final destination or an in-transit stop via Trinidad & Tobago:
- Non-Trinidad & Tobago nationals
- Non-permanent residents of Trinidad & Tobago
- Non-nationals transiting Trinidad and Tobago
- Holders of work permits must apply for an exemption to travel
Only holders of VALID Trinidad and Tobago passports will be allowed to land in Trinidad and Tobago.
Non-nationals of Trinidad & Tobago who are currently booked on any Caribbean Airlines international and/or regional flights into/via Trinidad & Tobago, will have their tickets placed on hold in accordance with the airline’s Covid-19 Travel Policy.
As Caribbean Airlines continues to optimise its flight operations, some international and regional services may be consolidated or altered.
Passengers on any services impacted by the consolidation of flights, are being re-accommodated.
The airline is contacting passengers whose original travel plans may be affected.
Due to the high volume of calls to the airline, it has asked that only passengers whose travel is in the next 72 hours contact its call centers.
Caribbean Airlines thanks its stakeholders for their patience, support and understanding as the airline deals with this evolving and unprecedented situation.