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  • Joe Breitfeller

Caribbean Airlines to Resume Service Between Tobago and New York JFK From May 5, 2022

Caribbean Airlines will restart service between Trinidad/Tobago and New York from May 5, 2022. Flights from Trinidad will depart Wednesday evening with an interim stop in Tobago, and then depart for New York-JFK just after midnight on Thursday morning.

Caribbean Airlines Boeing 737-8 MAX - Courtesy Caribbean Airlines

On Thursday (April 14, 2022), Caribbean Airlines announced the restart of service between Trinidad/Tobago and New York-JFK from May 5, 2022. The carrier will offer one weekly flight on the route which departs Trinidad (POS) at 22:25 Wednesday evening, arriving in Tobago (TAB) at 22:55. The flight then departs Tobago at 12:25 Thursday morning and arrives in New York at 05:30. The return flight departs JFK at 07:30 on Thursday and arrives in Tobago at 12:25, before departing again at 13:25 and arriving in Trinidad at 13:55.

In Thursday’s announcment, Caribbean Airlines’ CEO, Garvin Medera, said,

“In keeping with our promise to Reset Expectations, Caribbean Airlines will re-introduce non-stop service between Tobago and New York. The JFK flights will place 320 additional seats into the market and offer a dual cabin travel experience, linking the diaspora with home and allowing more options for flight connections via JFK.”

Caribbean Airlines Schedule Between Trinidad & Tobago and New York-JFK - Courtesy Caribbean Airlines

Founded on September 27, 2006, and commencing operations on January 1st, 2007, Caribbean Airlines currently serves 22 destinations in the Caribbean and the Americas from their hubs in Trinidad and Kingston, Jamaica. The carrier delivers a genuine Caribbean experience on the ground and in the air with authentic island hospitality. 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 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

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