Caribbean Airlines has been voted the region’s Leading Airline Brand at the World Travel Awards.
CAL, which suffered financial and reputational damage due to a pilot sickout last weekend that caused delays on its domestic and international routes, won the award at Saturday night’s gala ceremony for the 30th World Travel Awards.
Held at Sandals Grand Saint Lucian, the ceremony saw awards being given out to destinations and properties across the Caribbean and Latin America.
The red carpet evening marked the opening leg of the WTA’s landmark 30th anniversary Grand Tour 2023 – a global search for the finest travel and tourism organisations.
InterCaribbean, which has come under fire from various governments for its poor service, won the award for Best Cabin Crew.
Bahamasair won the award for Leading Caribbean Airline.
In the airport category, Jamaica’s Sangster Airport was voted the Caribbean’s Leading Airport while Club Mobay, located in Sangster was voted the Best Airport Lounge.
Check out the full list of winners HERE.