Caribbean Airlines is offering special fare discounts for passengers of Zoom Airlines, which shuttered late last month and left many passengers stranded.
Discounts are available for one-way travel between Toronto, Canada; Port of Spain, Trinidad; and Georgetown, Guyana.
Customers can take advantage of the offer by calling 1-800-920-4225 (Canada) or 1-800-744-2225 (Caribbean) or by visiting a Caribbean Airlines ticketing location, and must be able to provide proof of future travel on Zoom Airlines.
Caribbean Airlines serves 14 markets in the Caribbean, South America, North America and Europe and operates 120 weekly flights. The airline also offers daily Jet Pak small parcel service throughout the Caribbean and thrice-weekly cargo service between Trinidad, Barbados and Miami. Enhanced passenger service has been added for the fall, including:
- daily service between Toronto and Georgetown via Port of Spain
- four additional non-stop flights between Toronto and Port of Spain for a total of 11 weekly flights
- an additional flight between Paramaribo and Port of Spain for a total of five weekly flights
- two daily flights between New York and Port of Spain with an extra flight on Sunday and Monday for a total of 16 weekly flights
- daily flights between Kingston and Port of Spain with intermediate stops at Barbados, Antigua or St Maarten
- two additional flights between Georgetown and Port of Spain that provide easy connections for passengers traveling to Guyana from Caribbean Airlines’ Ft Lauderdale, Florida flight
- continued daily non-stop flights between Ft Lauderdale and Port of Spain
- continued daily non-stop flights between Miami and Port of Spain
“While other carriers are reducing service, Caribbean Airlines has maintained or increased our level of service in all our markets,” said Caribbean Airlines Director of Network Management Dayanand Birju. “In our post-summer schedule, which normally sees a consolidation of flight schedules, Caribbean Airlines has reinforced its position as the carrier offering the most service between Trinidad and North America.”