Caribbean Airlines to Resume Service From Jamaica to Antigua, Barbados and Nassau
Caribbean Airlines announced on Thursday that they will resume flights from Kingston, Jamaica to Antigua and Barbados from July 25, 2020. The carrier will also resume service to Nassau in the Bahamas starting July 31st, 2020.
On Thursday (July 16, 2020), Caribbean Airlines announced that they will resume service from Kingston, Jamaica to Antigua and Barbados starting July 25, 2020. The carrier will offer twice-weekly service to both destinations which will operate on Saturdays and Sundays. In a separate announcement yesterday (July 17, 2020), the carrier further announced that they would resume service between Kingston and Nassau in the Bahamas starting July 31, 2020, with once-weekly service operating on Fridays. The resumption of these flights is part of Caribbean Airlines’ phased restart of operations out of Jamaica.
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 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