MIAMI – With all the new routes recently announced by airlines flying out of Miami International Airport (MIA), Caribbean Airlines (BW) is not being left out, announcing service from MIA to Georgetown (GEO), Guyana.
The flight will operate on Wednesdays and is a resumption of the nonstop service that was discontinued due to the Coronavirus pandemic. BW resumes operations between the cities on June 16. The flight will depart GEO at 10:15 AM, arriving at MIA at 3:00 pm EDT. The return flight leaves MIA at 5:00 PM, arriving in GEO at 9:15 PM using Boeing 737.
Caribbean Airlines is the national carrier of Trinidad and Tobago, based at Piarco airport, Port of Spain (POS). The carrier also operates as the national airline of Jamaica, as well as Guyana. Caribbean Airlines rose from the ashes of British West Indian Airways, which was shut down in 2006 after failed negotiations between management and the unions.
Caribbean Airlines operates a modern fleet of Boeing 737-800’s, as well as the ATR-72 turboprop for regional services. The airline has also placed orders for the Boeing 737 Max.
Featured image: Caribbean Airlines 9Y-ANU Boeing 737-800. Photo: Alberto Cucini/Airways