Tag Archives: Caribbean Airlines

Caribbean Airlines quarantines crew on flight with Guyanese woman afflicted with coronavirus

In the wake of the death of a Guyanese woman from the coronoavirus (Covid-19) days after she travelled from New York, Caribbean Airlines today said the 13 crew members who were on that flight have been self-quarantined in Trinidad. The woman travelled on March 7 on BW 521 from JFK International Airport to Trinidad’s Piarco International Airport in transit on ...

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CJIA not legally bound to IATA on new security fee; airport failed to avoid travellers’ inconvenience

The Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) on Saturday said it has no legal obligation to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to provide information about the new airport security fee. The airport authority further laid the responsibility to end the long passenger delays squarely in the hands of IATA to put in place the pay codes. “Three months have passed ...

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Caribbean Airlines not yet flying Boeing 737 MAX-8, promises “strict safety measures” for new planes

Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL), which late last year inked a deal to buy several Boeing 737 MAX-8 planes – the same model used by the Ethiopian Airlines that crashed and killed 157 persons aboard – on Monday said it would abide by strict safety measures before adding new aircraft to its fleet. “Caribbean Airlines will incorporate the procedural and training ...

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Republic Bank, Caribbean Airlines involved in Guyana’s jubilee celebration

Republic Bank plans to be “integrally involved” in Guyana’s 50th Independence anniversary celebrations , a top company official announced Friday night. Addressing the 2016 media appreciation cocktail, Managing Director of Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited, Richard Sammy announced that the bank’s involvement would span across the Caribbean. “First and foremost, Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited will be integrally involved in Guyana’s 50th ...

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