Representatives from Caribbean Airlines and the Curacao Tourist Board, meet to discuss initiatives to promote travel between the two islands. L to R – Caribbean Airlines Marketing Manager, Sharon Marquez-Dass; Executive Manager, Marketing & Loyalty, Alicia Cabrera; Curacao Tourist Board Regional Manager Caribbean & Meeting, Incentives Conventions and Events, Janine De Windt; Caribbean Airlines Sales Executive Trinidad, Janelle Gangoo; and CEO High Calibre Events TT, Dahlia Mohammed. (Image courtesy Caribbean Airlines)

Caribbean Airlines will resume a twice weekly service between Trinidad and Curaçao, starting from April 5th, 2022.

According to an official statement from the airline, non-stop, return flights between Piarco International and Curaçao International Airports will operate each Tuesday and Friday.

Caribbean Airlines says the schedule is timed to facilitate convenient regional and international connections throughout the Caribbean Airlines network.

“Once again, business, leisure and other travellers can easily visit Curaçao to enjoy all the island offers,” the airline said.

Caribbean Airlines will be operating the route with its Boeing 737 fleet, and advises travellers that flight schedules are subject to change.

Updated flight schedule between Trinidad and Curacao courtesy Caribbean Airlines.

The airline says flights are available for sale via its website, www.caribbean-airlines.com; Caribbean Airlines Mobile App; Reservations Sales and Service Centres; Ticket Offices; and Travel Agents.

Also through the airline’s website, customers can verify the entry requirements and other important travel information for any destination, as well as make appointments for COVID-19 tests.

The airline also reminds its customers that travel safety protocols are in place including the mandatory wearing of face masks during check-in, while boarding and for the duration of their flight.