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The national airline and flag carrier of Trinidad and Tobago is Caribbean Airlines Limited, a state-owned company. The airline serves as both Guyana’s and Jamaica’s national carriers. The airline has its main office in Iere House in Piarco and has flights going to the Caribbean, North America, and South America out of Piarco International Airport in Trinidad. Caribbean carrier the largest airline in the Caribbean currently employs more than 1,700 employees. The Warmth of the Islands is the tagline for the business. Caribbean Airlines was founded on September 19, 2006.  

With a fleet of six Boeing 737-800 and one Airbus A340-313, Caribbean Airlines launched operations and flew passengers to and from London Heathrow until May 2007. 

Due to ongoing reliability issues, Caribbean Airlines’ management set as a goal for early 2016 to consider replacing its ATR fleet with equivalent turboprops purchased from Bombardier. 

Along with terminating its single European route to London Gatwick Airport on January 10, 2016. The airline returned its two Boeing 767-300ER aircraft to its lessor as part of a restructuring effort to eliminate unprofitable routes in early 2016. 

After establishing a new hub at Kingston’s Norman Manley International Airport in Jamaica. Caribbean Airlines Limited surpassed other carriers in the region. 

The new employee uniforms, which all include the Caribbean carrier hummingbird insignia, are a representation of the airline’s colors, which are blue, green, and purple. 

The theme song for Caribbean Airlines was composed in the typical Trinidadian calypso music style. The song is titled “Lorraine” and was first released by Explainer. The original lyrics, which were changed to match Caribbean Airlines, were about a man who needs to return to the Caribbean from the chilly United States. 

Rebranding Efforts of Caribbean Carriers

Caribbean Airlines underwent a rebranding in 2020 with the introduction of a new logo and livery. Caribbean airline’s 9Y-TTI ATR aircraft is the first to fly with the new livery. In order to represent the spirit of flight, the vibrancy of Caribbean culture, and connectivity throughout the region, the new logo incorporates flowing lines and brighter hues while retaining the famous hummingbird. 

Caribbean Beat Magazine, established in 1992, is Caribbean carriers’ complimentary, bi-monthly in-flight magazine. It has been produced since its inception by Media and Editorial Projects Limited.  

Caribbean Miles is the name of the frequent-flier program for the Caribbean airline. The program’s three levels are Silver, Gold, and Executive Gold. 

Caribbean Airlines operates more than 600 flights each week to locations in the Caribbean. North America, and South America. The airline’s fleet consists of Boeing 737-800 and ATR72-600 aircraft. 

By going to Caribbean Airlines’ official website, you can check in for flights online. To save time, you can check in online and print your boarding pass at home. From 24 hours until 3 hours before the flight’s scheduled departure time, you can check in online. 

Caribbean carrier is a qualified airline for the IATA Operational Safety Audit and a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). In accordance with regulation 145, it is a licensed FAA repair facility. 



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