Caribbean Airlines celebrates arrival of it’s new Boeing 767 aircrafts
Caribbean Airlines is getting ready to make major improvements to the service it offers to the region. On Wednesday, the carrier celebrated the arrival in Trinidad of one of its new aircraft. Caribbean Airlines will soon begin using the much larger Boeing 767 aircraft which seats over 200 passengers. The airline has bought two of the planes to add to its fleet. According to the Chairman of Caribbean Airlines, the purchase is an important and strategic acquisition which comes at a particularly competitive time.
He said Caribbean Airlines has been operating the London and other routes with wet-leased aircraft at a considerable cost while they protect market share and deepen the brand presence.
The company chairman noted that with the addition of this aircraft and the subsequent arrival of the second one. The airline will be able to operate with increased efficiency and most importantly, their own on-board island warmth that the diaspora markets have always counted on. The Management team is said to be working with the authorities to get all certifications to begin flying the aircraft commercially as soon as possible.
Caribbean Airlines has been seeing some improvements in its financial bottom line and is promising to improve its service. Just recently the carrier began non stop flights between Guyana and New York and wants to do the same for the Toronto market.