Travel restrictions for countries where Caribbean Airlines operates

Port-of-Spain March 16, 2020. On March 16, 2020 several Governments in jurisdictions into which Caribbean Airlines operates including Canada, the Cayman Islands, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Maarten, and Trinidad and Tobago, advised of travel restrictions into their countries which will take effect either immediately or from 12.01 a.m. on Wednesday March 18, 2020.

Please visit the websites of the specific country for details on the travel restrictions.

Travel Restrictions into Trinidad and Tobago:

At the time of publication of this document, in the case of travel to Trinidad and Tobago, the following restrictions apply:

The following persons will NOT be processed for travel on any Caribbean Airlines services with a final destination or an in-transit stop via Trinidad & Tobago:

  • Non-Trinidad & Tobago nationals
  • Non-permanent residents of Trinidad & Tobago
  • Non-nationals transiting Trinidad and Tobago
  • Holders of work permits must apply for an exemption to travel

Only holders of VALID Trinidad and Tobago passports will be allowed to land in Trinidad and Tobago.

Non-nationals of Trinidad & Tobago who are currently booked on any Caribbean Airlines international and/or regional flights into/via Trinidad & Tobago, will have their tickets placed on hold in accordance with the airline’s Covid-19 Travel Policy.

View policy here: https://www.caribbean-airlines.com/#/travel-alerts/covid-19-virusadvisory

As Caribbean Airlines continues to optimise its flight operations, some international and regional services may be consolidated or altered. Passengers on any services impacted by the consolidation of flights, are being re-accommodated; and the airline is contacting passengers whose original travel plans may be affected.

Please visit the website www.caribbean-airlines.com under the flight status tab for the latest information as this situation is evolving.

Due to the extremely high volume of calls being received by our Reservations Sales and Service Centre, we are kindly asking that customers contact the call centre ONLY if their travel is within the next 72 hours.

The airline remains committed to ensuring that its customers receive reliable, convenient and seamless airlift and thanks all stakeholders for their continued support.

PLEASE NOTE THAT FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO MAY MEAN THAT THIS INFORMATION CHANGES.

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