Caribbean Airlines

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Caribbean Airlines is committed to operating efficiently and environmentally-friendly. They recognize that they fly in one of the most beautiful parts of the world, and they want to protect their wondrous ecosystem to keep it beautiful.

That’s why they subscribe to carbon offsetting practices. Carbon offsetting is a method that allows them and others to effectively reduce the generation and effect of carbon emissions which contributes to global warming.


Step on a Caribbean Airlines flight and you’ll feel like you’re in the Caribbean. It’s their job to make sure you experience the warmth, colour and magic of the most beautiful islands in the world. It’s a job they love. You’ll feel that too; in the friendliness of the staff, the regional delights of the food they serve and the sheer pleasure of being aboard. They’re local, nobody knows the Caribbean as well as they do.

Their international gateways are Ft Lauderdale, New York, Miami, Toronto and London, serving Trinidad, Tobago, Barbados, Jamaica, Antigua, St Maarten, Caracas, Guyana and Suriname.

One of their biggest projects to reduce carbon emissions is investing in wing tips for their entire Boeing 737-800 fleet. That project alone will decrease their CO2 emissions by up to 3,825 tonnes in 2008.


Caribbean Airlines
Piarco International Airport
Trinidad and Tobago

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+868 625 7200, +868 669 3000

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