Caribbean: Caribbean Airlines advises that flight BW 606 of November 23/24, which operated from the Piarco International Airport, Trinidad, via the Cheddi Jagan International, Guyana, destined for the Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Toronto, Canada, diverted to Montreal, Canada due to adverse weather in Toronto, which caused the airport to close.
Caribbean Airlines assures the family and loved ones of the passengers on this service (BW 606) that ALL passengers and crew have been safely accommodated at hotels and the rescheduled flight BW 3606 will leave.
Montreal for Toronto at 11.20 a.m. on Friday, November 25.
Due to this weather delay, the return flight BW 607 of November 24 will now operate on November 25 as BW 3607. This service will leave Toronto at 2.50 p.m. The airline thanks its customers for their understanding and regrets the inconvenience caused due to this weather delay.
Earlier, Caribbean Airlines announced the additional flights between Trinidad and Barbados for November 25, and November 27, 2022, which were as follows:
- Trinidad to Barbados:
Flight number BW446 from Trinidad to Barbados was scheduled to fly on Friday, November 25 and Sunday, November 27, 2022. The departure time for the flight was 2: 30 pm and the arrival time was 3: 25 pm.
- Barbados to Trinidad:
Flight number BW449 from Barbados to Trinidad was scheduled to fly on Friday, November 25 and Sunday, November 27, 2022. The Departure time for the flights was 4: 20 pm and the arrival time was 5: 15 pm.
Caribbean Airlines crew presented three lucky persons on three of our flights, with a voucher each for a beverage hamper from Angostura Solera, in recognition of International Men’s Day on Saturday, November 19.
Additionally, all male passengers on all our flights to and from Port of Spain received a 10% discount voucher at Caribbean Airlines Duty Free shop.
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