Caribbean Airlines to Launch Service From Houston to Guyana and Trinidad
Caribbean Airlines is launching new service from Houston to Georgetown, Guyana, with onward connectivity to Port of Spain, Trinidad, starting March 22, 2022. The Flights will operate thrice weekly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays through June 30, 2022.
On Thursday (March 3, 2022), Caribbean Airlines announced the launch of new service from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), in Houston, Texas to Georgetown, Guyana (GEO), with onward service to Port of Spain, Trinidad (POS) from March 22, 2022. The carrier will offer three weekly flights on the route through June 30, 2022. Tickets are now available for booking via all Caribbean Airlines channels and through travel agents.
In Thursday’s announcement, Caribbean Airlines’ CEO, Gavin Medera, said,
“We are delighted to offer this new service at a time when Caribbean Airlines is actively resetting expectations for our customers with our new aircraft and various refreshed products to enhance the overall customer experience. Caribbean Airlines has been a consistent partner with Guyana and the Guyanese diaspora so it’s only fitting that we mobilize resources to support the expanding commercial activity in Guyana. This new operation will provide direct connectivity between Guyana and Houston, which is the base of many of the largest oil companies in the world. Another plus is that customers also have the option to connect to Port of Spain for business and leisure.”
Also commenting on Caribbean’s new Houston service, Houston Airports’ Manager of Air Service Development, Zelijka Momirovic, added,
“Having direct service to Guyana is more than fitting to Houston, Texas, a major U.S gateway to Central and South America. This route will strengthen the business relationship and cultural ties between Texas, Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago. We welcome Caribbean Airlines to Houston and expect our ties to grow stronger with time.”
Caribbean Airlines’ Pre-order Menu will be available to guests traveling out of Trinidad and Guyana. Travelers are reminded to order from the full menu up to 36 hours prior to departure, either online via the ‘Manage My Booking’ tab or through the carrier’s call center or ticket offices.
Prior to the pandemic, Caribbean Airlines operated over 600 weekly flights to destinations in the Caribbean, North America and South America. The carrier promises an authentic Caribbean experience both on the ground and in the air. Caribbean Airlines operates a fleet of Boeing 737-800, 737-8 MAX and ATR72-600s and is jointly owned by the people of Trinidad & Tobago and Jamaica. The company is headquartered in Trinidad & Tobago and operates a base in Jamaica. The airline employs over 1,600 people and is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and recognized as an IATA Operational Safety Audit qualified carrier. Additionally, Caribbean Airlines is a certified Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 145 repair station.
Source: Caribbean Airlines