Caribbean Airlines expands in the eastern Caribbean

Caribbean Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8

Subject to regulatory approvals, Caribbean Airlines will launch service to the eastern Caribbean from Barbados effective today. Flights will initially operate between Barbados to St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada with other destinations to be added once the regulatory approvals are received.

The route expansion into the eastern Caribbean is part of the airline’s current strategic
plan. Earlier this year, Caribbean Airlines acquired additional aircraft and resources
including pilots and cabin crew to support this initiative.

CEO of Caribbean Airlines, Garvin Medera stated: “Transport is a main pillar of
Caribbean States, where it provides a space for the facilitation of trade,
investment, and the movement of people. Regionally and internationally, there is
a lot to restart, and subject to regulatory approvals Caribbean Airlines is resuming
our 2020 plans to expand routes in the eastern Caribbean. This will begin from
Barbados, as its borders are now open to commercial services. For us, improving
connectivity is a strategy that has been in the making and we have carefully
planned for this expansion, using data and other research to guide our