Caribbean Airlines, based in Trinidad & Tobago, will resume service to Jamaica and Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FLL) in December.
The reinstatement of service between Port of Spain (POS) and Kingston, Jamaica was attributed to the lifting of travel restrictions between Trinidad & Tobago and Jamaica (KIN). Beginning December 1, the airline will offer POS-KIN services twice weekly.
In addition, beginning December 1, Caribbean Airlines will operate two-weekly flights between KIN and Nassau (NAS) in the Bahamas. Since acquiring Air Jamaica in 2010 and merging the former Jamaican flag-routes carriers and workers into its operation, the carrier has operated a second base in Jamaica.
From December 11, Caribbean Airlines will offer Saturday-only service to the island of Saint Martin (SXM) from both POS and KIN.
The airline will begin twice-weekly service between KIN and FLL on December 7. Caribbean Airlines will begin operating a twice-weekly seasonal service between POS and FLL on December 12th. COVID-19 entry restrictions for international passengers will be eased beginning November 8 in the United States.
Caribbean Airlines flies a combination of ATR 72-600 turboprops and Boeing 737-800s.