Where Does Caribbean Airlines Fly?

As of 2015, Caribbean Airlines flies to 19 destinations in the Caribbean, South America and the eastern United States. Some of the cities that Caribbean Airlines flies to include Guyana, Grenada, Tobago, Trinidad and Orlando, Florida. The airline also flies to London.

In total, Caribbean Airlines's 19 destinations are served by 600 flights on a weekly basis. The airline's flights are made using a fleet of 21 airplanes that consist of three models: the ATR72-600, the Boeing 737-800 and the Boeing 767-300ER. During its first year of operation, Caribbean Airlines served only 10 destinations and flew approximately 128 flights on a weekly basis.

Caribbean Airlines began operating flights on Jan 1, 2007, after being registered as a Trinidad and Tobago-based corporation on Sept. 27, 2006. The airline's single flight route to Europe uses a flight that is code-shared with a British Airways route between London Gatwick International Airport and Port of Spain, Trinidad. The first flight on this route took place in March 2007.

Caribbean Airlines operates mainly out of the Caribbean region with an operational base located in Jamaica and a corporate headquarters in Trinidad and Tobago. The airline employs over 1,600 people and is part of the International Air Transport Association.