Caribbean Airlines reminds travellers of safety protocols

Caribbean Airlines

With Guyana’s border reopening and Caribbean Airlines relaunch of air services, the airline is reminding all travellers about the protocols that are in place to maintain a safe and enjoyable travel experience for all.

The airline has implemented the most stringent hygiene practices, adhering to all current international guidelines. Specifically, aircraft are cleaned daily at all ports, in keeping with industry standards, with additional sanitization processes being used, as outlined by the regulatory authorities. 

The 737 jet fleet is equipped with state-of-the-art high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters that capture 99.97 percent of particles and the disinfectants used to clean the aircraft are approved as effective against COVID-19.

Caribbean Airlines’ customers (including children) may be subject to temperature checks and depending on the destination country, a negative PCR test may be needed before being accepted to travel. Customers should check the individual country entry requirements.

In keeping with the guidelines outlined by the Public Health Authorities, social distancing is in place and customers must wear face masks at check-in, at the gate and on board the aircraft.

Flights to New York

Caribbean Airlines has rolled out its Georgetown-New York service for October 22, with the full schedule expected to be publish

22 OctoberBW 526POS/GEO7:20 a.m.8:30 a.m.
22 OctoberBW 526GEO/JFK10:00 a.m.4:00 p.m.
23 OctoberBW 527JFK/GEO7:00 a.m.12:40 p.m.