Caribbean Airlines

Caribbean Airlines

Caribbean Airlines, Piarco,, Tunapuna, Trinidad and Tobago, E2H 1W8


Phone : (868) 669-3000

Website : Caribbean Airlines

Founted : 19 September 2006 (as BWIA in 1939)

Key People : Garvin Medera, CEO

About Caribbean Airlines

Caribbean Airlines is Trinidad and Tobago's state-owned airline. The airline operates a vast route network, flying over 600 weekly flights to more destinations in the Caribbean and North America. The hub at Piarco International Airport, Trinidad and Tobago is not the only one. Norman Manley International Airport is another hub for the Caribbean carrier. The airline is currently the largest in the Caribbean.

In 2007, the airline began flying, with the inaugural flight being on the first day. It soon launched the remainder of its flight schedule with 128 weekly departures from 10 destinations and five Boeing 737-880 aircraft. It opened a new ticket and sales office of 2,000 feet at Nicholas Tower in Independence Square, Port-of-Spain. This facility features state-of-the-art technology like internet kiosks that allow ticket booking and check-in online. 

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Caribbean Airlines Classes

Economy Class

The excellent onboard atmosphere extends to Economy Class. The flight attendants will give you a warm welcome and offer genuine hospitality. This is part of the Caribbean Airlines experience.

You can enjoy a hearty meal and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages onboard. You can stream your favorite TV shows and latest movies from the sky. Wi-Fi connectivity allows you to stay connected to your family and friends.

The Economy Class cabin can be set up in either a 2x2, 3x3 or 2x3x2 configuration.

Premium Economy

Caribbean Plus is the equivalent to Premium Economy. It offers passengers a bit more comfort than economy. Passengers get earlier boarding, more legroom, more room to recline, and faster exit at their destination.

Business Class

Business Class offers extra comfort and relaxation. Business Class passengers have access to a Business class lounge that offers privacy and comfort. Business Class passengers also get priority booking, check-in, baggage retrieval, and a special Business Class dinner.

Business Class seats are laid out in a 2x2 for 2x2 x 2x2 x 2, which gives you maximum comfort and space for a relaxed flight.

Caribbean Airlines Destinations And Hubs

Scheduled services are provided by the airline to the following destinations: Toronto and New York, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale , Nassau and Montego Bay. 

St. John's
George Town
St. George's
Montego Bay

Caribbean Airlines Facilities

InFlight Entertainment

Carribean Airlines passengers have the ability to stream blockbuster movies and TV shows as well as games to their devices. Download the "Carribean View” app from the Google Play and App Stores to access Caribbean Airlines entertainment on-board.


The Caribbean View app allows you to stream a wide range of classic sitcoms and children's shows as well as travel documentaries.


The Carribean View app allows passengers to enjoy comedy, animations, and more. Caribbean Airlines has something for everyone.


All flights are served with food and beverages by the airline. Caribbean Airlines' in-flight menu combines Western and Caribbean cuisines.

All meals and drinks are complimentary in the Business Class cabin. Premium Economy and Economy passengers receive free soft drinks.

Economy Class passengers can order from the airline's regular menu. Business Class passengers are served a Business Class menu that is exclusive to their cabin.

Caribbean Airlines Check-In

Check In Online

You can check-in online by visiting our online checking-in page, and clicking the Caribbean Airlines logo. After being redirected to your airline's check-in page click on the check in tab and enter the flight details. Online check-in can be done between 24 and 3 hours before departure.

Airport Check In

Alternativly, passengers can also check-in at the Caribbean Airlines check in counters. The check-in counters close an hour prior to the scheduled flight departure. To ensure security, check-in and baggage drop, please arrive on time.

Caribbean Airlines Policy

Bagagge Policy

Per passenger, one piece of carry-on luggage is permitted The baggage must not exceed 10kg in weight and be no larger than 114cm in overall size. Caribbean Airlines passengers are permitted to carry a small bag such as a briefcase, backpack, handbag or laptop. Additional small bags cannot exceed 91cm in size.

The fare chosen will determine the allowance for checked baggage.One piece of checked baggage cannot weigh more than 23kg, or exceed 157cm in length. 

Frequently Asked Questions (Faqs)

After the closure of Air Jamaica, Caribbean Airlines will provide a smooth transition. Caribbean Airlines Limited, the Caribbean's largest airline, will be established with a new hub at Kingston Jamaica's Norman Manley International Airport.

Due to their short runways, and varied approaches, most flights are carried out on twin-engine aircraft such as the twin Otter and the Islander. Air Caraibes and Caribbean Airlines fly to the islands. LIAT, Winnair, and Air Caraibes are some of the other airlines that fly there.

The airline is headquartered in Piarco and operates flights to the Caribbean, North America and Central America from Piarco International Airport. Caribbean Airlines currently employs over 1,700 people, making it the largest airline in the Caribbean.


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