Caribbean Airlines Cargo to expand freighter service from May 2
Caribbean Airlines Cargo will expand increase its weekly freighter capacity by 200,000 pounds from May 2 to meet the growing demand for air cargo services.
Caribbean Airlines Cargo will expand increase its weekly freighter capacity by 200,000 pounds from May 2 to meet the growing demand for air cargo services on the Miami-Kingston-Miami and Miami-Trinidad-Miami routes.
The schedule will include four weekly flights between Miami and Trinidad as the carrier launches a new Monday flight. Caribbean Airlines will be increasing its capacity between Miami and Kingston on Tuesdays by upgrading the aircraft which operates the service. Additionally, the airline will move its Monday flight between Miami, Kingston and Montego Bay to Sunday.
The carrier’s freighter schedule also includes a third weekly flight between Miami and Kingston and weekly flights on the Miami-Trinidad-Guyana-Miami and Miami-Barbados-Trinidad-Miami routes.
In addition to the direct freighter services, onward carriage of cargo is available throughout the entire Caribbean Airlines network and beyond.