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Caribbean Airlines Attends Guyana Expo 2014 in South Florida

BROWARD COUNTY – Caribbean Airlines was an active exhibitor at the recently concluded Guyana’s Trade Exposition. The Airline’s Marketing, Sales, Cargo and Ticket Office Team members engaged fans at this prestigious event which provided a great opportunity to interact with customers, obtain feedback, and share information about our special fares.

“Congratulations to the prize winners who participated in our putt, win and fly promotion over the last few days. We are the most consistent and committed carrier in Guyana and we thank all our loyal customers for supporting the Caribbean Airlines brand. Our product is known for reliability, value added service such as frequent flyer miles, complimentary bags, special discounts for students and senior citizens and we encourage all our customers to secure their bookings early to ensure that they take advantage of the best prices.” stated Manager (South America), Carl Stuart.

Kevin Daniels, Mr. Khemwant Persaud with Ms. Adaceia Figueira
L-R: Kevin Daniels ( Airport customer Service agent) and winner of ticketfrom Guyana to Toronto, Mr. Khemwant Persaud with Ms. Adaceia Figueira ( CargoCoordinator), Cargo Coordinator.

The event showcased the country’s rich resources and the tremendous growth potential within the international market. Caribbean Airlines provides an essential link from North America and London to Guyana with the most competitive rates for the movement of cargo within the manufacturing and trade industry.


The Airline will continue to partner with a number of key organizations and have supported events such as The Miss World Guyana 2014 and the Mother’s Day beauty Pageant show, Madhia PreMash events, Guyana Football Referees Association, Rotary Clubs, The Deaf Association and the Guyana Medical Missions who are focused on Community development. In the Diaspora Caribbean Airlines supports the famous Curry Duck competition, Orlando, Divali Event in Broward South Florida, Guyana Folk Fest (New York), Guyana Independence Festival Progress Campus held in Toronto and many more events that keep the Diaspora connected to home.

With over 28 weekly flights including a mix of non-stop and one-stop flights via Port of Spain, Trinidad, they have created a non-stop sector between Guyana and New York, South Florida and Toronto.

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