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Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday |Airline reviewing cargo policy

Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday : :: "CARIBBEAN AIRLINES is currently reviewing and upgrading the cargo policies used by its predecessor company, BWIA. This was disclosed yesterday by Caribbean Airlines officials who explained that the changes being looked at are geared towards greater operational efficiency of the airline and greater customer satisfaction. BWIA was closed on December 31, 2006 and Caribbean Airlines commenced operations on January 1."

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