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Caribbean Airlines (CAL) announced today that it will be resuming its non-stop flights between St Vincent and the Grenadines and New York on October 20.
CAL said the flights, which will operate as BW 552 and BW 553, will originate and end at Trinidad’s Piarco International Airport.
The airline said the flights are designed to facilitate early morning departures out of Trinidad, St Vincent and New York as well as give customers the option of an additional connecting service to/from New York and Trinidad each Wednesday.
“The addition of the St Vincent/ New York service will complement the airline’s current schedule, offering Caribbean Airlines customers the most connections between North America and the Caribbean as the airline continues the phased rollout of its commercial operations,” CAL said in a statement.
The flight leaves Trinidad at 8:35 am and arrives in St Vincent at 9.30 am.
It will depart St Vincent at 10:55 am and arrive in New York at 3:45 pm.
The return flight leaves New York at 7.30 am and arrives in St Vincent at 12.15 pm.
Passengers will leave St Vincent at 1.30 pm and arrive in Trinidad at 2.25 pm.
Seats on the flights are opening for booking at www.caribbean-airlines.com.
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