Direct flight started from Trinidad and Tobago to St Lucia

Direct flight started from Trinidad and Tobago to St Lucia
Direct flight started from Trinidad and Tobago to St Lucia

Caribbean Airlines will resume its commercial flight operation to St Lucia from Piarco International Airport (POS) in Trinidad. BW432 arrived 

The arrival of BW432 at George F.L. Charles Airport was the airline’s first trip to the destination since its closure in 2020 because of the global covid-19 pandemic.

Dr Ernest Hilaire, Minister of Tourism in St Lucia, for celebrating the reopening of another important tourism resource market under the brand of Caribaction, met Saint Lucia Tourism Authority’s (SLTA) Marketing Manager for Caribbean and Events, Christopher Gustave.

Dr Hilaire said: “We are delighted to look back on the destination with Caribbean Airlines and look forward to welcoming our returning nationals and visitors from Trinidad and Tobago. The Caribbean market is important to us and is one of our biggest source markets for visitors to St Lucia. Having you back will definitely give you a lot of taste. I’m sure our smaller properties will be delighted and we appreciate the ease of transport between our islands.”

Garvin Medera, CEO of Caribbean Airlines, said: “Caribbean Airlines is delighted to resume weekly service to St Lucia, one of our beloved markets. The enthusiastic welcome we received is encouraging and we look forward to working closely with the SLTA to connect St Lucia with the region and beyond. The Caribcation campaign will stimulate demand, which will be good news for all stakeholders.”

Under the St Lucia’s Labour Party-led administration, new decisions are to be taken to develop St Lucia’s tourism industry. Newly-appointed Tourism Minister Ernest Hilaire stated.

Last week when the new cabinet of St Lucia was unveiled, PM Phillip J Pierre gave Dr Ernest Hilaire responsibility for Tourism, Investment, Creative Industries, Culture and Information.

Minister Ernest Hilaire highlighted and told about the areas for which he has been assigned responsibility as critical to the SLP’s plan to transform Saint Lucia and always putting the St Lucian’s first.