Passengers travelling on the airbridge between Trinidad and Tobago during the Christmas season had no difficulty in securing seats aboard Caribbean Airlines (CAL).
According to a press release issued by CAL on Wednesday, the airline provided 38,236 seats on the domestic airbridge for the period December 20, 2017 to January 1, 2018. Of the seats provided, 33,050 were used, with a total of 494 flights operated and some 12,419 passengers who did not hold confirmed bookings being accommodated.
The release said several scheduled flights were consolidated and upgraded to Boeing 737 jet services to ensure that all confirmed passengers travelling between Trinidad and Tobago during the Christmas peak were successfully transported.
Dionne Ligoure, CAL's Head of Corporate Communications said: “The Christmas holiday season is one of the busiest travel periods between Trinidad and Tobago, flights were operated using both the ATR and Boeing 737 fleet and Caribbean Airlines was able to accommodate all confirmed passengers and around 12,419 persons who did not have confirmed bookings.
"The domestic air bridge is a significant part of Caribbean Airlines' operations and it is given top priority."
CAL thanked its valued customers for their continued support, and looks forward to continuously improving its service to ensure safe and reliable airlift to the people of Trinidad and Tobago.