Caribbean Airlines’ 737-8 aircraft, 9Y-GUY. (Photo Courtesy Rawlston West, Caribbean Airlines)

Just under a week after announcing the resumption of direct flights from New York to Tobago, Caribbean Airlines has revealed it will introduce non-stop flights between Barbados and Tobago.

The new service will take effect from May 8, 2022, the airline said in a press release.

The airline added, “The addition of this new service is aligned to the airline’s mandate to improve regional connectivity and to support the development of multi-destination tourism.

The release added, “Caribbean Airlines is also working with stakeholders on both islands to stimulate leisure travel and special promotions will be shared with customers in the coming weeks.”

Caribbean Airlines CEO, Garvin Medera said, “The introduction of this non-stop service between Tobago and Barbados will be another choice for travellers to connect to various transatlantic markets. As we continue to re-ignite our customers passion for travel, this flight will facilitate easy connectivity for visitors to explore multiple destinations in the region. Multi-destination tourism offers each country the opportunity to maximum output from its tourism investments and related activities. As we work with our stakeholders to rebuild Caribbean travel, the airline will provide, as best as we can, convenient connections throughout the region and beyond”.The service will feature two flights to and from Barbados on Wednesday and Sunday