Caribbean Airlines is the national airline of Trinidad and Tobago. The airline is also flag carrier to Jamaica through its subsidiary, Caribbean Airlines-Air Jamaica Transition Limited or Air Jamaica. The airline began operations on 1 January 2007, replacing its predecessor, BWIA West Indies Airways. Its headquarters are in Piarco, Tunapuna-Piarco region, Trinidad and Tobago.
Caribbean Airlines was incorporated in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago on 27 September 2006 and commenced operations on 1 January 2007, servicing the remaining routes of BWIA. Caribbean Airlines got approval from the Trinidad and Tobago government to begin operations in September 2006, after the failed negotiations between the unions and the management of its predecessor, BWIA. As a result, it was announced on 8 September 2006, that BWIA was to be shut down before the launch of Caribbean Airlines.
On 28 April 2010, Caribbean Airlines and Air Jamaica signed a final agreement for the purchase of Air Jamaica by Caribbean Airlines, following the signing of a letter of intent to merge in January of the same year. In August 2010, Caribbean Airlines and Air India signed a travel pact for Trinidadians travelling to India. In October, the airline announced a fleet renewal of 15 Boeing 737-800 Next Generation jets and nine ATR 72-600 turboprop aircraft.
Caribbean Airlines flies to a number of regional destinations, including: Barbados, Sint Maarten, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, Saint Lucia, USA, Canada, Suriname, Venezuela, UK, India and South Africa. Routes formerly operated by Air Jamaica which has now been fully integrated into Caribbean Airlines.
The Caribbean Airlines fleet consists of 17 Boeing 737-800, 1 Boeing 767-200F, 1 Boeing 767-300, 5 Bombardier Dash-8 Q300, 2 ATR 72-500 and 2 ATR 72-600
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