A Caribbean Airlines aircraft in flight.
PIARCO, Trinidad--Caribbean Airlines Limited announces the resumption of flights to Caracas, Venezuela from May 13.
Initially, the flights will operate every Saturday with increased frequency expected later on.
This marks a significant step forward for the airline as it continues to connect the Caribbean region and provide added value to its customers.
With the largest network in the region, Caribbean Airlines is committed to offering convenience to its passengers, allowing them to fly within and to and from the Caribbean with ease.
Garvin Medera, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Caribbean Airlines, expressed his excitement at the airline’s continued growth and commitment to the Caribbean region. “The Caribbean is our home and we are dedicated to connecting our people and communities,” said Medera. He continued, “Caribbean Airlines is poised for growth, and we are delighted to resume flights to Caracas and to provide reliable and convenient travel options for our valued customers.”
The restart of service to Caracas, Venezuela, further positions Caribbean Airlines as a leading carrier in the region. With increased frequency expected in the future, travellers can look forward to more travel options to and from Caracas, Venezuela, and other destinations in the Caribbean. ~ iNews Guyana ~