A Caribbean Airlines aircraft taxiing on the runway.

Caribbean Airlines will resume its service between Trinidad and Suriname from April 04 and between Trinidad and Curacao on April 05. According to a press release from Caribbean Airlines, flights to Suriname will be three times a week while flights to Curacao will operate twice weekly.

The following is a press release from Caribbean Airlines:

Caribbean Airlines will resume service between Trinidad and Suriname from April 04 and between Trinidad and Curacao on April 05.

The flights to Suriname will operate between Piarco International Airport and the Johan Adolf Pengel International airport Paramaribo, three times per week each Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Service between the Curacao International Airport and the Piarco International Airport will operate twice weekly, on Tuesday and Friday.The airline’s 737-8 aircraft will fly on both routes.

Caribbean Airlines CEO Garvin Medera in commenting said, “We are delighted to resume regular scheduled service from Trinidad to both Suriname and Curacao. The schedule to these destinations was built to facilitate convenient connections within the region and to other countries in the Caribbean Airlines network.”

Mr Medera added: “Caribbean Airlines is also happy to return to these markets with our new 737-8 aircraft which offers state-of-the-art technology and increased levels of comfort, all uniquely packaged to enhance our customer travel experience.”