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Smooth transition to caribbean airlines

Seems that the BWIA transition to Caribbean Airlines has been smooth and seamless with no reported flight delays,complaints or other problems.

You will still be seeing BWIA airplanes though as so far only one aircraft carries the new colour and logo.

Caribbean Airlines will be continuing BWIA’s flights to Barbados, Antigua, St Lucia, Jamaica, Suriname, Guyana, Miami, New York, Toronto and London.

Caribbean Airlines signed a codeshare agreement with British Airways last November that will see the latter providing direct flights from Port-of-Spain to London three days every week, effective March 28.

Caribbean Airlines will provide a seamless connecting service from Port-of- Spain to Barbados to London on the other days of the week.
www.newsday.co.tt

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