Caribbean: Caribbean Airlines announced the service of the flights between Barbados and Caracas via Trinidad which will start from May 13, 2023. The airlines also shared schedule of the flights and invited people to book their flights.
READ HERE: Full schedule of flights between Barbados and Caracas via Trinidad
- The flights with the route Barbados to Trinidad has the flight number BW445. The flight will fly on Saturday. The departure time of the flight is 5: 15 am and the arrival time of the flights is 6: 15 am.
- The flight from Trinidad to Caracas with the flight number BW300 will fly every Saturday after 13 May 2023. The flights will be departed from Trinidad at 8: 00 am and arrived at Caracas at 9: 55 am.
- The flight from Caracas to Trinidad has the flight number BW301 and will fly every Saturday. The timing of the departure of the flight is 10: 45 am and the timing of the arrival of the flight is 12: 35 pm.
- The flight from Trinidad to Barbados has the flight number BW406. The flight will fly on Saturdays after May 13, 2023. The departure time of the flight is 3: 15 pm and the arrival time of the flight s 4: 15 pm.
Caribbean Airlines took to Facebook and share the schedule of the flights. It added,” Welcome Home to Caracas. Now you can enjoy a seamless connection between Barbados and Caracas via Trinidad starting 13 May 2023. Book now via all our channels.”
Earlier, Caribbean Airlines announced the 3x services of the flights between Trinidad and Nassau and open the platform for the people to witness the Sightseeing Adventures. The services from Trinidad to Fort Lauderdale have also been initiated by the airlines.
The airlines is also set to become a presenting sponsor of Reggae Sumfest which is known as the largest music festival in Montego Bay, Jamaica and the Caribbean. Earlier on April 24, 2023, Caribbean Airlines announced resumption of the flights to Caracas, Venezuela from May 13, 2023. Being the largest network in the region, Caribbean Airlines is committed to offering smooth service within the region so that the passengers can fly within and to and from the Caribbean with ease.