Caribbean Airlines is expanding into the Eastern Caribbean. Starting July 24, 2023, the airline will add new non-stop services between Barbados and St. Vincent, as well as St. Lucia.
Additionally, there will be increased capacity to Dominica and Grenada, strengthening the carrier’s commitment to the region’s connectivity.
The Barbados to St. Vincent route has been increased to seven weekly services, in addition to four new weekly flights between Barbados and St. Lucia. Direct St. Lucia to St. Vincent return flights will operate on Thursdays, making island-hopping a breeze.
The airline’s ATR-72 fleet, comprising nine aircraft, will operate these routes. With these strategic additions, Caribbean Airlines is bringing more convenience and seamless travel experiences to its valued customers.
Further, as part of Caribbean Airlines ongoing commitment to the Eastern Caribbean, starting from August 23, 2023, customers will enjoy new services between Trinidad, Dominica, and Antigua on Wednesday and Sundays; and even more direct travel options from Barbados to Ogle, Guyana. There will also be additional flights from Trinidad to St. Vincent and Grenada, enhancing connectivity across the region.
CEO, Garvin Medera, expressed his enthusiasm for this expanded schedule, stating, “We are excited to progress our plans for regional connectivity. There continues to be a call for increased frequency and capacity between Caribbean destinations, and by adjusting our strategies and route network to connect these destinations, we can provide more sustainable travel options for our customers.”