St Kitts partners with Caribbean Airlines to enhance travel experience of 30 agents 

The St Kitts Tourism Authority and Caribbean Airlines teamed up to give an unforgettable experience to over 30 travel agents from Port of Spain, Trinidad.

St Kitts partners with Caribbean Airlines to enhance travel experience of 30 agents 
St Kitts partners with Caribbean Airlines to enhance travel experience of 30 agents 

St Kitts and Nevis: The St Kitts Tourism Authority and Caribbean Airlines teamed up to give an unforgettable experience to over 30 travel agents from Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

As part of an ongoing promotional series, these agents had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the magical destination of St Kitts. With a captivating and comprehensive presentation by the Authority’s team members, these agents were invited to Venture Deeper into the heart and soul of St Kitts, exploring its mouthwatering culinary delights, amazing products, and rich historical heritage.

Two lucky agents won a trip for two to the island, including hotel accommodations. This incredible opportunity is part of the exciting promotions for Caribbean Airlines’ flights from Trinidad to St Kitts via Antigua and Barbados.

The St Kitts’ team were honoured to welcome representatives from the Trinidad Tourism Board, who made a courtesy call to the SKTA team.

Earlier, Caribbean Airlines launched an inaugural flight to St Kitts and Nevis with a celebratory event at the Caribbean Club Lounge in Piarco, Trinidad.

The addition of the flights will work as a platform to enhance the network expansion in the country. It will provide enhanced travel options and increased convenience for both business and leisure travellers in the region.

As per the new schedule, Caribbean Airlines will link Trinidad, Antigua, Barbados and St Kitts. The service will be operated five times per week. The launch of this new route has offered 680 extra seats to/from St Kitts every week. 

The step will cater to the growing travel demand between St Kitts and Nevis and other destinations in the Caribbean.  

When the inaugural flight arrived in St Kitts, a delegation led by Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrence Drew, met the aircraft and greeted the customers. There was a water salute for the aircraft, which is customary when new routes are introduced. Customers on the flight also received tokens from Caribbean Airlines and the SKB Tourist Board.