Caribbean Airlines has advised that due to the daytime curfew in Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday, June 19 and Sunday, June 20, 2021, only one domestic flight between the two islands will operate on those days.
But despite the 10 am curfew being enforced for this weekend, Caribbean Airlines flights to Guyana and Barbados scheduled for this weekend, will proceed as expected.
The airline confirmed in a release yesterday afternoon that the 8 am flight to Guyana and 12.35 pm flight to Barbados, both carded for today, are still being facilitated, as are the 8 am and 11.30 am flights to Guyana and 12.35 pm trip to Barbados scheduled for tomorrow.
The airline, however, advised that passengers who are due to fly within the curfew hours should walk with a copy of their travel itineraries to assist with any requests from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service.
With respect to the domestic air bridge even though these flights fall between the 5 am to 10 am window when there is no curfew, the airline still advised customers to walk with a copy of their travel itineraries to assist with any requests from the TTPS.
Caribbean Airlines recommended that any travel along the domestic air bridge during this period should be for essential and emergency purposes only.
They, however, noted that tickets can be placed on hold for future travel with no penalties when the full schedule resumes.