Caribbean Airlines will resume its service to Cuba by next month

Caribbean airline - CAL is resuming its services to the Caribbean island of Cuba from December 14, 2021, which was earlier halted to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus. 

Cuba: Caribbean airline – CAL is resuming its services to the Caribbean island of Cuba from December 14, 2021, which was earlier halted to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus. 

The service will operate a non-stop service each Tuesday between Trinidad and Havana, Cuba, with easy links to other destinations.

While making the announcement, the airline, in a statement, asserted that “With safety protocols fully in place, the Caribbean Airlines teams are excited to restart commercial operations to Havana, for the first time since Trinidad and Tobago has re-opened its borders in the month of July. Now business, leisure and other travellers can easily connect to Cuba to enjoy all the country offers”. 

Since the outbreak started, CAL has worked in partnership with the regional governments in order to accommodate charter services for groups of – Cuban medical professionals travelling to support the Caribbean’s management of the COVID-19 mutant. 

The airline officials noted that the previous week, CAL, in collaboration with the Barbados government, operated a special charter from Barbados for a Cuban medical team that had completed its “tour of duty” on the island, adding that another charter transporting medical professionals will take place on November 10, 2021. 

About CAL – 

Caribbean Airlines Limited is the – state-owned airline & the flag carrier of Trinidad and Tobago. The airline is also the – flag carrier of – Jamaica and Guyana. Its headquarters are in Iere House in Piarco; the airline operates flights to – the Caribbean region, North America and South America from its base at Piarco International Airport, Trinidad. Currently, Caribbean Airlines employs more than – 1,700 people and is the largest airline in the Caribbean. The company slogan is – “The Warmth of the Islands”.