Caribbean Airlines Increases Services To Grenada

Piarco, Trinidad and Tobago W.I. – Beginning April 1, 2011, Caribbean Airlines will enhance its schedule to include double daily return services to Grenada out of Port of Spain on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.

These flights are in addition to the return jet services currently operated into the Maurice Bishop International Airport on Wednesdays and Saturdays, which continue onto JFK International. This brings Caribbean Airlines’ operations to 24 flights weekly between Trinidad and Grenada.

The route will be serviced by the ATR wet-leased aircraft recently received by Caribbean Airlines along with the current Dash-8 fleet. “These additional flights cement Caribbean Airlines’ commitment to the expansion of the airline in the Caribbean region.” states Head of Corporate Communications, Laura Asbjornsen. “We are strengthening our presence in our home markets to facilitate the travel needs of our customers, since a need for these additional services into Grenada have been identified. Caribbean Airlines has taken up the challenge of being the cornerstone for regional aviation and the airline of choice for travel within the Caribbean.”

Caribbean Airlines continues to reach out into the Caribbean region and provide its loyal customers with the best choice and value contained in its all inclusive product. The Trinidadian carrier began service to Grenada on November 10, 2010, taking over the route previously operated by legacy carrier Air Jamaica.

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