Caribbean airlines struggle

Caribbean airlines struggle

Passengers traveling to and from Trinidad and Tobago on the Caribbean nation’s flag carrier are no longer greeted by the famous steelpan and green and gold trademarks that have distinguished BWIA West Indies Airways. As of midnight Sunday, Trinidad-owned BWIA ceased to exist. It is being replaced by Caribbean Airlines, which was expected to see off its first flight at 4:20 a.m. from Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, to Georgetown, Guyana.

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