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Caribbean Airlines to Fly from Trinidad to Grenada and New York

Caribbean Airlines is only days away from beginning twice weekly (Wednesdays and Saturdays) return services from Port of Spain to Grenada and New York. The Trinidadian carrier takes over the Grenada-New York route which commenced under the Air Jamaica banner earlier this year.

Passengers will be able to travel from Piarco International Airport in Trinidad to the Maurice Bishop International Airport in Grenada, and then get to JFK International Airport in the United States.
The last Air Jamaica flight from Grenada to JFK took place on November 3 and the first CAL flight will depart Port of Spain heading to Grenada on November 10, 2010.

 “This new route continues the much anticipated expansion of CAL into the Caribbean region,” says Captain Ian Brunton, Caribbean Airlines CEO. “We gain operational flexibility when we switch this route to operate from Trinidad. In fact, we are realizing the synergies that we spoke about earlier this year when we took over the Air Jamaica operations in May.”

Caribbean Airlines recently acquired Air Jamaica. Caribbean Airlines began operations on January 1, 2007 and currently serves 14 markets in the Caribbean, South America and North America, operating a core schedule of 530 weekly departures with a fleet of 13 aircraft.

Flights can be booked online at, or call the airline at 800-744-2225.