Caribbean: Caribbean Airlines announced that fight from Trinidad to Fort Lauderdale will be re-routed to operate into and out of Miami International Airport (MIA) due to the closure of Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL).
Caribbean Airlines took to Facebook and issued the travel alert and stated that due to the closure of the Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL), customers are advised as follows:
BW480 (POS/FLL) and BW481 (FLL/POS) of Friday, April 14, 2023 will be re-routed to operate into and out of Miami International Airport (MIA). These flights will now operate as BW 3480 and BW 3481.
Caribbean Airlines stated that original departure and arrival times remain the same. Affected passengers are being contacted; and they encourage customers to check emails and follow our social media channels for updates. It added, “Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.”
Caribbean Airlines also launched their Welcome Home campaign in Jamaica, with our signature “Customer Appreciation’ activity at the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA). Arriving passengers were greeted with giveaways, music and costumed models.
It also announced the flights between New York and Montego Bay for the spring season. People can fly between the two destinations from as low as USD460. Along with that, Airlines also announced the services of the flights between New York and Kingston from as low as USD 448.
The booking period for the flights will be started from 11 April to 21 April 2023. The Travel Period of the flights will be started from May 1 to May 31, 2023. The return airfare inclusive of taxes and one checked bag. Fares subject to availability.
Caribbean Airlines added,” Welcome home to Jamrock. Visit the beautiful island of Jamaica before the summer rush. Fly between New York and Kingston or Montego Bay and benefit from low fares, including one checked bag. Book now via all our channels.”
It also announced the flight between Trinidad and Curacao for Sun Splash from as low as USD 340. The booking period of the flights will be started from 11 April to May 1, 2023. While, the travel period will be started from 12 May to 16 June 2023
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