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Caribbean Airlines to Resume Service Between Trinidad and Curacao From April 5, 2022

Caribbean Airlines will resume twice weekly service on Tuesdays and Fridays between Trinidad and Curacao starting April 5, 2022. The flights have been timed to provide seamless onward connections throughout the carrier’s network.


Caribbean Airlines Boeing 737-8 MAX - Courtesy Caribbean Airlines

On Wednesday (March 9, 2022), Caribbean Airlines announced the restart of nonstop flights between Trinidad’s Piarco International Airport and Curacao International Airport from April 5, 2022. The route will operate twice weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays and will be serviced with a Boeing 737. Tickets are now available for purchase through all channels, and customers can verify entry requirements and schedule COVID-19 tests on the airline’s website. Safety protocols, including mandatory masks at the airport and inflight remain in place.


Caribbean Airlines' Trinidad-Curacao Schedule - Courtesy Caribbean Airlines

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.


From Left: Caribbean Airlines Marketing Manager, Sharon Marquez-Dass, Executive Manager, Marketing & Loyalty, Alicia Cabrera, Curacao Tourist Board Regional Manager Caribbean & Meeting, Incentives Conventions and Events, Janine De Windt, Caribbean Airlines Sales Executive Trinidad, Janelle Gangoo. and CEO High Calibre Events TT, Dahlia Mohammed – Courtesy Caribbean Airlines


Source: Caribbean Airlines