Air Caraïbes Flights
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- 1 About Air Caraïbes
- 2 Air Caraïbes Check-in
- 3 Air Caraïbes Baggage Allowance
- 4 Air Caraïbes Seat Selection
- 5 Air Caraïbes Knee Distance
- 6 Preference Frequent Flyer Program
- 7 Air Caraïbes Food & Beverage
- 8 Air Caraïbes Inflight Entertainment
- 9 Air Caraïbes Pet Policy
- 10 Air Caraïbes Lounge
About Air Caraïbes
Founded in 2000, Air Caraïbes, a company that belongs to the Dubreuil group. It was born from the merger of several regional airlines: Air Guadeloupe, Air Martinique, Air Saint-Martin and Air Saint-Barthélemy. Its primary goal is to link mainland France to its overseas departments and territories. From 2003, Air Caraïbes has been providing its first transatlantic flights from Paris-Orly to Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe) and Fort-de-France (Martinique). In 2008, a line was opened between Paris-Orly and Cayenne (Guyana). In 2009, the Paris – Saint-Martin – Port-au-Prince (Haiti) – Paris line was created. In the 2010s, the company opened two other new lines, both departing from Paris-Orly (to Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic in 2012 and to Havana in Cuba in 2016).
In terms of safety, the airline does not take any risks and has all aircraft serviced and staff trained on a regular basis. The service on board is geared towards the satisfaction of the passengers on every flight. Air Caraibes offers its passengers cheap flights with a good price-performance ratio, as a bonus program the airline offers Preference frequent flyer program.
Air Caraïbes Hub Airports
Pointe-a-Pitre Le Raizet Airport (PTP / TFFR)
Paris Orly Airport (ORY / LFPO)
Air Caraïbes Classes of Service
Air Caraïbes offers three comfort classes. In Sun (Economy) class, a meal, a snack and drinks are offered. In Caribbean class (Premium Economy), passengers benefit from more space, priority boarding, priority baggage delivery and a specific check-in counter. These advantages are found in Madras (Business) class, whose seats are reclining 160 °. Passengers in each class are provided with a comfort kit, pillow and blanket.
The French airline Air Caraibes, based on Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe, specializes in regional charter and scheduled flights to the Caribbean islands as well as international scheduled flights to North, Central and South America. As Air Caraibes Atlantique, flights across the Atlantic are made to Paris, among other places. This means that holidaymakers from Europe can fly cheaply directly to the Caribbean.
The airline has a codeshare agreement with the following airlines.
|Corsair International||French Bee|
Air Caraïbes Check-in
The airline company Air Caraïbes offers all its passengers with an electronic ticket the possibility to check in online. You can go to the company’s website between 48 hours and 1 hour before your plane takes off. All you need to do is identify yourself using your last name and reservation number. Then read and confirm the baggage restrictions, choose your seat and confirm your check-in.
You can then print your boarding pass yourself and save precious time at the airport. If you are traveling without checked baggage, then proceed directly to security checks. If you have baggage to check in, first go through the company baggage drop counter.
Click the button below to check in online.
To check in at the airport, check the closing times of the check-in counter on the Air Caraïbes website. If you are not at the airport in time, you will not be able to board the plane and you will lose all your rights on the purchased flight ticket.
Air Caraïbes Baggage Allowance
Your Air Caraïbes plane ticket entitles you to one cabin baggage. This must not exceed the following dimensions: 55 x 40 x 20 cm. On the airline’s transatlantic network, you can carry one piece of hand luggage of 12 kg. On the regional network, you are limited to 5 kg. You also have the right to an additional accessory. It could be a purse, your laptop, a camera, or even books, magazines and magazines. Finally, remember that the transport of liquid in your cabin baggage is limited. No vial can exceed 100 ml and all liquids should be placed in a 20 cm plastic bag.
Regarding the baggage allowance in the hold, Air Caraïbes applies different rules depending on the network and the class of travel. On the transatlantic network, in Sun class, you can check in one piece of checked baggage weighing 23 kg free of charge. In Caribbean class, you are entitled to two 23 kg checked bags compared to three 23 kg checked bags in Madras class. Also note that no baggage can exceed 158 cm in size (height + width + thickness) and / or 32 kg. If you want to take additional baggage, it will cost you 75 euros more than 24 hours before your departure or 100 euros less than 24 hours before your departure. You are not allowed to check in more than 3 pieces of luggage per traveler.
If you want to take musical instruments into the cabin, you can reserve an additional seat. For fishing, hunting, golf, ski, tent, surfing and diving luggage as well as for bicycles, these can be transported for 50 euros per luggage. For further information or special regulations on certain routes, information must be obtained from the airline.
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Air Caraïbes Seat Selection
To make a comfortable trip with Air Caraïbes, you must choose the right seat. In general, if you want to travel in a good seat, you should choose your seat in advance and disregard some extra fees if necessary.
Air Caraïbes Knee Distance
Because of the airlines who want to reduce the cost of flying more passengers, knee distance is very important especially on long haul flights. The front seats and emergency exit seats are the seats with the highest knee distance. It is generally sold for a fee.
Preference Frequent Flyer Program
With the Préférence card, passengers get miles for each trip made with Air Caraïbes. They can be exchanged for an award ticket, an upgrade or excess baggage. Different levels provide other advantages such as priority on waiting lists for booking and check-in, or an additional baggage allowance. The company also offers a card for students aged 18 to 25 giving access to exclusive advantages. Membership is free.
Air Caraïbes Food & Beverage
Detailed information about airline’s paid and free catering services will be updated on this page soon.
Air Caraïbes Inflight Entertainment
Especially in long distances, Air Caraïbes offers in-flight entertainment, so you can enjoy your flight without getting bored.
The airline offers you movies, music, TV shows and more entertainment options that will allow you to travel without getting bored.
Air Caraïbes Pet Policy
Who wants to leave your best friend at home? On this page you will find the rules of traveling with your pet during your flight with Air Caraïbes.
Please be sure to check with the airline before you travel, as the rules for transporting pets vary according to the airline.
Air Caraïbes Lounge
The lounges are indispensable especially for business class passengers. What facilities does it offer? Here you will find detailed information about Air Caraïbes lounges for a comfortable start to your trip.
Owner: Groupe Dubreuil
Frequent Flyer Program: Preference
Company slogan: Haute en couleurs (Colourful)
Number of Aircraft: 15
Average Age of Aircraft: 8.8
Type of Aircraft: ATR, Airbus
Detail of Fleet: ATR 72, Airbus A330-200, Airbus A330-300, Airbus A350-900, Airbus A350-1000
Head Office: Immeuble le Caducee Morne Vergain Abymes 97139, Guadeloupe
Phone Number: +590 82 44 47, +820 83 583 5
Fax Number: +331 49 48 04 52
Why should I choose?
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