Caribbean: Caribbean Airlines announced the contest to win tickets to visit Caribbean and other prizes. The airlines invited the general public to visit their Caribbean Lounge at TIC 2023, booth 175 & 176 from July 20-22, 2023, at Centre of Excellence, Macoya.
The prizes will also be included the Caribbean Club membership. Caribbean Airlines said,” Welcome Home to increased levels of comfort and relaxation. Indulge and experience the essence of our Caribbean Lounge at TIC 2023, booth 175 & 176 from July 20-22, 2023, at Centre of Excellence, Macoya. Visit our booth for a chance to win tickets to our breathtaking destinations and other exciting prize.”
The airlines have also asked the customers to visit their Cargo and Jetpak team at booth 37 to 38 at the Trade and Investment Convention (TIC), happening at the Centre of Excellence, Macoya from today, Thursday 20th to Saturday 22nd of July.
It said, ”Chat with our experts and discover the possibilities, whether you’d like to ship for your business or ship your online purchases. Plus, receive an exclusive invitation to sign up for Jetpak.”
Caribbean Airlines is known as the leading carrier in the region with its enhanced connectivity and travel experience.
Caribbean Airlines also advised that it is experiencing disruptions to its operations at JFK international airport due to severe airspace congestion, as a consequence of poor weather conditions along the eastern seaboard.
BW 521 of July 16 has been cancelled and affected passengers will be re-accommodated. Customer are encouraged to check the “Flight Status” tab on their website for the latest flight updates.
Earlier, it said,”Welcome Home To More Connectivity. Hop across from Dominica to Barbados or Antigua 2x weekly or to Trinidad 4x weekly with ease with our increased flights. Enjoy more connections throughout the Caribbean and North America. Book now via all our direct channels. “
The lounge will also enhance their travel experience of the travellers and make their journey to Caribbean memorable.
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