The airline said the latest move is part of its “ongoing commitment to the Eastern Caribbean”
The Trinidad-based carrier said in a statement to the media that the new services will take off on August 23 and is expected to see more travellers flying between Trinidad, Dominica, and Antigua on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Air travel between these countries has become a major headache since the downsizing of LIAT. Thousands of Dominicans have made Antigua and Barbuda their second home and movement between the two islands have always been buoyant
Meanwhile, Caribbean Airlines has also announced that it will add new non-stop services between Barbados and St Vincent, as well as St Lucia.
Caribbean Airlines Chief Executive Officer Garvin Medera, said the continued call for increased frequency and capacity between Caribbean destinations, noting that by adjusting their strategies and route network, they intend to answer that call by providing more sustainable travel options