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Caribbean Airlines is the national airline of Trinidad and Tobago. It is the largest airline operating in the Caribbean region and has consistently been named as "Caribbean's Leading Airline" by World Travel Awards. Caribbean Airlines operates a predominantly domestic, regional and inter-island network but also flies to major cities in the United Kingdom, United States and Canada. The primary hubs for Caribbean Airlines are at Piarco International Airport in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, Jamaica, John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York and Cheddi Jagan International Airport in Guyana are also focus cities for Caribbean Airlines. Caribbean Airlines has codeshare agreements with British Airways. To search for the cheapest flights on Caribbean Airlines, use Skyscanner’s filters to select airline routes, departure time, journey duration, number of stopovers, and so on.

This information is correct as of 31 October 2017.

Why Fly Caribbean Airlines

Check In

Caribbean Airlines offers Web Check-in services to its passengers. You can check in, select your seat, and print your boarding pass starting from 24 to 3 hours before departure. There are also self-service kiosks, which are available selected airports. Passengers requiring special assistance may also use the online service but are required to collect their boarding passes at the airport counter. Passengers departing from Caracas, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, New York, Orlando, or Philadelphia, are also required to check-in at the airport, even if you don’t have any bags to check in. For international flights, it is recommended to be at the airport 3 hours before the scheduled departure time, while for domestic flights between Trinidad and Tobago, the recommended time to arrive at the airport is at least 2 hours before the scheduled departure time.


Caribbean Airlines’ fleet includes one-cabin ATR 72-600 planes and Boeing 737-800 aircraft in two-cabin configurations. Most of their aircraft are Boeing 737-800s with 16 Business Class seats and 138 Economy Class seats. Caribbean Airlines also has two turboprop ATR 72-600s with a seating capacity for 74 passengers that is mainly used for inter-island routes. Business Class seats are 20” wide with a seat pitch of 38”, while Economy Class seats are standard 16.5” wide with 32-32” seat pitch. There are also exit row seats in the Economy Class cabin that has 39” seat pitch.

Baggage Allowance

For all Caribbean Airlines passengers, the carry-on bag allowance is one piece up to 10kg plus one personal item, such as a purse, or a laptop bag. Overweight, or oversized carry-on baggage, it will be tagged and placed in the baggage hold of the aircraft. The checked baggage allowance is one piece up to 23kg for Semi-Flex and Non-Flex Economy; 2 pieces of up to 23kg each for Flex Economy; and three pieces of up to 23kg each for Business Class. On single-cabin domestic flights, the checked baggage allowance is one piece up to 23kg.

In Flight Services

F&B: Meals and beverages are complimentary to all passengers. The menus integrate the regional Caribbean and Western cuisine and are pork and peanut-free. Pre-takeoff beverages will be offered to Business Class passengers. They can also avail of a pre-order meal service up to 24 hours before the flight's scheduled departure time. Special meals due to dietary restrictions may be ordered at the time of booking or up to 24 hours before your flight's scheduled departure time.

Entertainment: Overhead screens with movies are available on selected flights. There is also a limited selection of audio channels. No WiFi is available, but passengers can enjoy a copy of the in-flight magazine, Caribbean Beat.

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