Caribbean Airlines says it has intervened to transport passengers with confirmed tickets at the ANR Robinson Airport in Tobago, after a disruption of service on the domestic airbridge on Sunday.
The airline said in a statement that is has consolidated and rescheduled some of its services on the domestic air bridge for today.
It says that as a matter of priority, all passengers holding confirmed bookings for August 4 and August 5, have been fully accommodated.
The airline says it is working to move stand-by passengers out of Tobago and the airline’s 737 fleet is being used to support its domestic operations as required.
"Caribbean Airlines reassures its valued customers that contingencies are in place, and thanks all travellers for their support and understanding," the statement said.