Caribbean Airlines yesterday operated the maiden flight from Port of Spain to Saint Kitts and Nevis.
Caribbean Airlines connects Saint Kitts & Nevis
The flag carrier of Trinidad & Tobago, Caribbean Airlines has started direct flight between Port of Spain (Capital of Trinidad & Tobago) and Saint Kitts & Nevis Basseterre Robert L. Bradshow International Airport. The airline will operate this flight with a stop at Antigua V.C. Bird International Airport.
The airline is operating 5X weekly flights between Port of Spain and Saint Kitts & Nevis via Antigua on Mondayss, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. It is deploying its ATR 72-600. The aircraft has 68 seats in all economy configuration.
With this route, the airline aims to enhance connectivity in Eastern Caribbean region. The airline has shown its commitment to provide affordable and easy travel options for business, leisure and tourism market. It expects opening up of new opportunities for trade and tourism in the Eastern Caribbean region.
Caribbean Airlines has not left unrecognized the fostering economic growth and development of the region. By providing additional trade and travel options, the airline plays a vital role in supporting the economies of entire Eastern Caribbean region.
Delivery of new aircraft
Caribbean Airlines recently got the delivery of its newest ATR 72-600. The aircraft was ferried to Port of Spain Piarco International Airport on 4th July. Its registration is 9Y-TTJ. The aircraft is 4.6 years old and was earlier operated by Myanmar based Air KBZ.
This aircraft operates on Port of Spain to Scarborough route.
Caribbean Airlines Chief Executive Officer Garvin Medera said that as a leading airline of the region, we are focused on increasing connections, facilitate increased trade and benefit the economies of both the Island regions. This Eastern Caribbean Expansion comes in line with our growth strategy. The airline will continue to provide more and more connectivity to its customers.
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Source : Caribbean Airlines Press release