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- 1 About Caribbean Airlines
- 2 Caribbean Airlines Check-in
- 3 Caribbean Airlines Baggage Allowance
- 4 Caribbean Airlines Seat Selection
- 5 Caribbean Airlines Knee Distance
- 6 Caribbean Miles Frequent Flyer Program
- 7 Caribbean Airlines Food & Beverage
- 8 Caribbean Airlines Inflight Entertainment
- 9 Caribbean Airlines Pet Policy
- 10 Caribbean Airlines Lounge
About Caribbean Airlines
A still very young airline is Caribbean Airlines, which was founded on March 27, 2006 and started its flight operations on January 1, 2007. This took place at the same time as the flight by BWIA West Indies Airways was discontinued. The aircraft fleet operated by BWIA was also handed over to Caribbean Airlines, so that it is seen as its successor. The aircraft fleet that was taken over consisted of 6 Boeing 737-800s and 2 Airbus A340-300s, with the latter being decommissioned and thus the long-haul flights by the company came to an end.
The national airline of the island state of Trinidad and Tobago is based in Port of Spain, and its base and hub is Piarco Airport. On October 1st, 2007 the regional airline Tobago Express was taken over in full by Caribbean Airlines, which previously held a 45% stake in it. With this, Tobago Express’s own flight operations were switched off, as this was completely absorbed by the parent company.
Three years later, on April 28, 2010, Carribean Airlines obtained the agreement to acquire the air carrier Air Jamaica, which had ceased to operate during the same year. Through this appropriation, the company becomes the official company of Jamaica, on May 1, 2010. Although Jamaica is a 16% shareholder, the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago retains the majority stake in Carribbean Airlines. In 2012, the company embarked on the transatlantic service with the inauguration of flights to London. However, the line was closed in 2016.
Carribbean Airlines Hub Airports
Port of Spain Piarco International Airport (POS / TTPP)
Kingston Norman Manley International Airport (KIN / MKJP)
Carribbean Airlines Classes of Service
On board Caribbean Airlines planes , passengers have the choice of two class types. In Economy class, they are offered a snack and a non-alcoholic drink. The seats are spaced approximately 83 centimeters apart. In Business class, the seats are reclining and spaced 125 centimeters apart in some aircraft. Travelers enjoy benefits like priority check-in and boarding. The flight crew serves them drinks, alcoholic or not. For all passengers, meals are available à la carte and the company magazine is available. To benefit from a special menu (vegetarian, diabetic, gluten-free, vegetarian, child), the company should be notified in advance.
With a fleet of 19 aircraft, the airline currently manages a network of 23 domestic and international destinations to the Caribbean and North America. Destinations are Bridgetown in Babardos, Caracas in Venezuela, Georgetown in Guyana and Paramiribo in Suriname, which are served by the base airport Piarco. This in turn connects Caribbean Airlines with the cities of Fort Lauterdale, Miami, New York and Toronto.
Caribbean Airlines Check-in
Check-in is required to get the boarding pass. Check-in time for each airline varies. check-in details are written by our editors to assist you.
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To check in at the airport, check the closing times of the check-in counter on the Caribbean Airlines 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.
Caribbean Airlines Baggage Allowance
Each passenger is allowed to take one piece of hand luggage and one personal item on board. The piece of hand luggage must not be heavier than ten kilograms and not larger than 114 centimeters (sum of the three external dimensions). The personal item can be a laptop or a briefcase, for example, and must not be larger than 91 centimeters (sum of the three external dimensions).
Economy Class passengers are allowed to check in two pieces of luggage on flights that take off or land in Europe, each of which weighs no more than 23 kilograms. For business class passengers there are three pieces of luggage weighing 32 kilograms each. On all other international flights, however, it is only two times 32 kilograms for business class passengers. On flights within the Caribbean and to South America, Economy Class passengers are only allowed to check in one piece of baggage, which must not weigh more than 23 kilograms, and Business Class passengers, two pieces of baggage, each of which must not weigh more than 32 kilograms. In addition, all passengers within Trinidad and Tobago are only allowed to check in one item of luggage that cannot weigh more than 23 kilograms. An additional piece of luggage weighing up to 23 kilograms may also be checked in for small children traveling with you on all flights. In addition, none of the checked baggage items may be larger than 157 centimeters in the sum of its three external dimensions.
As long as the free baggage allowance is not exceeded, it is possible to transport sports equipment as part of the checked baggage. However, no kayaks, canoes, windsurfing boards or similar bulky items are transported.
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Caribbean Airlines Seat Selection
To make a comfortable trip with Caribbean Airlines, 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.
Caribbean Airlines 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.
Caribbean Miles Frequent Flyer Program
With the Caribbean Miles bonus program , frequent flyers of Caribbean Airlines can collect miles and exchange them for rewards or improved service. With at least 3,000 miles in a calendar year, passengers receive Silver Membership, with 5,000 miles they become holders of the Gold Card and with 7,000 miles they have achieved Executive Gold Membership. This entitles you to the same bonuses as the gold membership and expands it by six further upgrades per year, which are valid for a flight in every price class. Several partner companies are also participating in the Caribbean Miles bonus program.
Caribbean Airlines loyalty program partners and benefits
The partners of the bonus program are the car rental company Hertz, RBC Bank and the supermarket chain Massy Stores. When shopping or booking with the RBC Royal Bank or the Caribbean Airlines Frequent Flyer MasterCard, frequent flyers receive their miles even faster. With the achievement of a new membership level, passengers receive additional miles which they can exchange for award flights or use for upgrades as they wish. Caribbean Miles thus offers attractive advantages that make the bonus program very popular.
Caribbean Airlines Food & Beverage
Detailed information about airline’s paid and free catering services will be updated on this page soon.
Caribbean Airlines Inflight Entertainment
Especially in long distances, Caribbean Airlines 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.
Caribbean Airlines 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 Caribbean Airlines.
Please be sure to check with the airline before you travel, as the rules for transporting pets vary according to the airline.
Caribbean Airlines Lounge
The lounges are indispensable especially for business class passengers. What facilities does it offer? Here you will find detailed information about Caribbean Airlines lounges for a comfortable start to your trip.
Country:Trinidad and Tobago
Owner: State Owned
Frequent Flyer Program: Caribbean Miles
Company slogan: The Warmth of the Islands
Number of Aircraft: 19
Average Age of Aircraft: 13.9
Type of Aircraft: ATR, Boeing
Detail of Fleet: ATR 72, Boeing 737-800
Head Office: Iere House, Golden Grove Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad, Trinidad & Tobago
Phone Number: +1 868 669 3000
Fax Number: +1 868 669 1520
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