Caribbean Airlines to resume scheduled flights from July 6

CARIBBEAN AIRLINES

Caribbean Airlines on Monday announced that it will be resuming international and regional scheduled flights, on a phased basis, out of its Jamaica hub starting July 6.

Initially, the airline will be providing the following services:

  • Daily flights between Kingston, Jamaica and New York, NY
  • Weekly flights between Kingston, Jamaica and Toronto, Canada on Wednesday starting July 8. This to be increased to twice weekly with an additional service on a Sunday from July 19.
  • Twice weekly flights between Kingston, Jamaica and Bridgetown, Barbados, on Monday and Friday
FlightStartFromToFrequencyDepartArrive
BW45506 JulKingstonBarbadosMon & Fri2:30 pm6:05 pm
BW45406 JulBarbadosKingstonMon & Fri7:45 pm9:35 pm
BW1506 JulKingstonNew YorkDaily7:05 am11:50 am
BW1406 JulNew YorkKingstonDaily1:50 pm4:40 pm
BW7908 JulKingstonTorontoWed8:10 am1:25 pm
BW7808 JulTorontoKingstonWed3:45 pm7:00 pm
BW7919 JulKingstonTorontoSun8:10 am1:25 pm
BW7819 JulTorontoKingstonSun3:45 pm7:00 pm
Caribbean Airlines Flight Schedule

Pending approvals, the carrier will reintroduce its daily Kingston to Miami route shortly after these initial services.

Later in July, Caribbean Airlines plan to reopen its network from Antigua and Barbados to regional destinations; as well an additional service to New York out of Montego Bay.

Trinidad and Tobago’s borders remain closed to routine international travel, and as countries within the region reopen their borders, the airline will expand its schedule further.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the closure of borders, Caribbean Airlines has been operating cargo flights as well as repatriation flights for hundreds of citizens marooned out of their home country.

Although seats are open for sale from today, the airline has made it clear that all scheduled flights are subject to change.

Guyana’s international airports will reopen on July 1 in phases, however there is no announcement for Caribbean Airlines flights into the country.

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