Caribbean Airlines (Image courtesy CAL)

From December 17th, Caribbean Airlines will offer increased flights between Trinidad and Barbados, as the airline seeks to bring its operations back to pre-pandemic levels.

An official statement from Caribbean Airlines explains the additional services will see flights operating to/from Barbados on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, with a caveat that flight schedules are subject to change.

“Caribbean Airlines continues the roll out its commercial schedule to increase seat capacity between the two islands to close to pre-COVID levels. The additional and existing flights together, mean that there is now daily service out of Trinidad to Barbados and six weekly return flights to Trinidad,” the advisory says.

It adds: “The schedule is conveniently timed to facilitate regional connections throughout the airline’s network, as well as international connections to the United Kingdom and Europe.”

The schedule of increased CAL flights between T&T and Barbados, starting 17 December 2021.

Travellers are advised that flights are open for sale via www.caribbean-airlines.com, the Caribbean Airlines Mobile App, Reservations Sales and Service Centres, Ticket Offices and Travel Agents.

Caribbean Airlines also reminds customers that via its website, they can verify the entry requirements and other important travel information for any destination as well as make appointments for COVID-19 tests.

The airline also directs customers to note that travel safety protocols are in place, including the mandatory wearing of face masks during check-in, while boarding and for the duration of their flight.