Caribbean Airlines

CAL: Arrested employee was not on duty at time of arrest

Caribbean Airlines is advising that no employee of the airline has been arrested while on-duty.

This follows a media release by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service on January 02, 2018 that indicated that a 31-year-old male flight attendant who works with Caribbean Airlines, was arrested during an anti-crime exercise, in Sangre Grande, on Sunday 31st December, 2017.

CAL flight attendant arrested with gun, ammunition

A male flight attendant employed with Caribbean Airlines Limited and a woman, were arrested and a pistol and a quantity of ammunition seized by officers of the Eastern Division Task Force, during an anti-crime exercise in Sangre Grande over the weekend, police said in a statement.

Officers conducted the exercise around 8 pm on Sunday 31st December, 2017, during which they had cause to search a black Audi A4 motor vehicle which was parked with two occupants opposite the Sangre Grande Police Station.

CAL clears backlog of passengers on airbridge

Caribbean Airlines says all passengers booked for travel yesterday, 28 December, on the domestic air bridge were transported, with the airline’s operations returning to normal by late evening.

The airline says that with the support of its Boeing 737 jet fleet, it transported all passengers holding confirmed tickets for travel, as well as 288 stand-by passengers for travel to/from Trinidad and Tobago. 

For today, 29 December, Caribbean Airlines has a seat capacity of 4,432 on the domestic air bridge.

CAL adds 660 more seats on airbridge than were previously booked

Caribbean Airlines says the presence of its 737 fleet to support the domestic airbridge, now means there is increased capacity of 660 above what was scheduled for today.

The airline issued a second statement today saying that while the number of seats scheduled on the airbridge for 28 December total 2448, the airline increased capacity to 3108 to minimise inconvenience to its customers.

It says the airline’s 737 fleet is being used to support its domestic operations as required, and the ATR fleet is expected to be fully restored and in service within 24 hours. 

CAL's adds 660 more seats on airbridge than were previously booked

Caribbean Airlines says the presence of its 737 fleet to support the domestic airbridge, now means there is increased capacity of 660 above what was scheduled for today.

The airline issued a second statement today saying that while the number of seats scheduled on the airbridge for 28 December total 2448, the airline increased capacity to 3108 to minimise inconvenience to its customers.

It says the airline’s 737 fleet is being used to support its domestic operations as required, and the ATR fleet is expected to be fully restored and in service within 24 hours. 

CAL's adds 660 more seats on airbridge than were previously booked

Caribbean Airlines says the presence of its 737 fleet to support the domestic airbridge, now means there is increased capacity of 660 above what was scheduled for today.

The airline issued a second statement today saying that while the number of seats scheduled on the airbridge for 28 December total 2448, the airline increased capacity to 3108 to minimise inconvenience to its customers.

It says the airline’s 737 fleet is being used to support its domestic operations as required, and the ATR fleet is expected to be fully restored and in service within 24 hours. 

Jet put into service on airbridge after several morning cancellations

Caribbean Airlines is advising that due to aircraft constraints, the airline has consolidated some of its services on the domestic air bridge for today, 28 December 2017.

The airline says these consolidated services are being operated by the airline’s Boeing 737 jet fleet and adds that customers holding confirmed tickets for the flights that have been consolidated, have been advised.

Caribbean Airlines is reassuring customers that contingencies are in place.

This follows the cancellation of several flights on the airbridge this morning.

Jet put into service on airbridge after several morning cancellations

Caribbean Airlines is advising that due to aircraft constraints, the airline has consolidated some of its services on the domestic air bridge for today, 28 December 2017.

The airline says these consolidated services are being operated by the airline’s Boeing 737 jet fleet and adds that customers holding confirmed tickets for the flights that have been consolidated, have been advised.

Caribbean Airlines is reassuring customers that contingencies are in place.

This follows the cancellation of several flights on the airbridge this morning.

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