|Top route||Port of Spain Piarco Intl to Scarborough ANR Robinson Intl|
|Top airport||Port of Spain Piarco Intl|
Every thing was great
I liked the crew and Culture. However, my seat was too narrow and not too comfortable
No service was offer
The flight was on time .
When I booked my flight I choose a seat which was the window in the middle of the aircraft. My seating was change without notice and I was in the middle seat which cause me anxiety. Hated this whole flight experience
Can't think of anything
From the point of checking in I felt as if the agents and crew were like family and friends. The best customer service experience I ever had.
To be honest I did not like anything there because the flight was delay and poor customer service!
Check in was horrible. Slow and rude staff.
Flight was good, staff and crew was informative. Should have some sort and of entertainment during the flight given the price to fly.🙏
I liked the flight attendants and captain. Cool plane too.
Wearing masks should be enforced in the lounge. There were a few patrons who just weren't wearing them even though it's mandatory in public places in Trinidad and Tobago. Other than that, it was a great experience.
The Wifi was not working. No screens and it was a very ancient plane
Pros: Seats were large and comfortable Plenty over head space
Cons: Only one washroom was working so there was always a line
Pros: Flight left early Boarding / deplaning sequence Crew were friendly
Cons: No in service meals
It was a good flight overall. The flight was delayed but the crew apologized for that.
Pros: On time
Cons: Everything was ok considering covid
Pros: Crew was great. Space was good.
Cons: The seats are a bit old and worn, it was a uncomfortable after a little while.
Pros: Nothing much. I was not in a good frame of mind after my first leg of this trip.
Cons: My whole experience at Trinidad airport.
Pros: The flight was good. The service and information incorrect and could have resulted in my bags being lost if I was not super careful (see below)
Cons: (1) The check in people erroneously told me that my bags would be checked all the way through which was not correct (2) I bought duty free and had to exit the traveler section of the airport. therefore my 'duty free" became an issue at Trinidad (3) Very fortunately I checked the carousel at Trinidad airport only to find out that I had to re-check my bags in Trinidad. (4) The Trinidad check in staff were not very helpful. I had to wait until someone was available (and they took their sweet time) to take me through some back entrances so that I would not have to re-pay duty on my goods. Not a pleasant experience and one that I will avoid at all costs in the future. This is not the way to treat customers and TOTALLY un-necessary. This is not 21st Century travel!
Pros: super easy and comfortable and quick flight!
Cons: Vegetarian meals are really tasty and nice
Cons: Provide some tv. Evening meal, not sandwiches. Leave on time
Pros: The flight was on time.
Cons: Adequate space on the shuttle to transport persons to the aircraft
Pros: safe and courteous
Cons: leaving on time
Pros: The crew were up and down making sure everyone was comfortable and the flight was very smooth.
Cons: When a flight is full they shld pick out those other hand luggages and tag them to be placed along with the other suitcases.So to expedite smoother boarding and not standing in line waiting to go for your seat when someone else looking for head room to place there stuff.
Pros: Lots of leg room despite being at the very last row. The seats even could recline a fair amount. Hot breakfast, with good food.
Cons: Not the newest equipment. The plane was delayed. Everyone was friendly so it didn't matter too much.
Pros: Lots of legroom despite being in the very last row, and the seats could even recline. We were given the opportunity to board early with a young child. The crew was nice, and the food was good.
Cons: The seats were old cloth. There isn't any inflight Internet. The flight was delayed by about 40 minutes.
Cons: No complaints
On board Caribbean Airlines flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 114cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Caribbean Airlines assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Caribbean Airlines offers direct flights to 22 cities in 17 different countries. Scarborough, Port of Spain, and Bridgetown are the most popular cities covered by Caribbean Airlines.
Caribbean Airlines concentrates most of its flight operations in Port of Spain.
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Headquartered in Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean Airlines is a company that services many flights to destinations in Central America, South America, North America, and the Caribbean. For those that would like to go to South or Central America, countries such as Cuba and Venezuela are particularly popular among customers.
Depending on what kinds of services and perks you would like to have access to, this airline provides two travel classes to choose from: Economy and Business. Economy comes with basic amenities, including snacks and free drinks, while Business will allow you to go to a dedicated check-in desk at your departure airport, receive your checked baggage before other guests, and access the airline lounge before your flight begins boarding.
Caribbean Airlines has a fleet that is composed of over 15 planes that are all either ATR or Boeing. The Boeing 737-800 is the aircraft that is most commonly utilized by the company, as it can fit up to 150 passengers and works well for both medium-range and long-haul flights. For shorter distances, such as domestic voyages, the airline will often use the ATR 72-600, a choice that fits up to 68 individuals.
If you will be flying on this airline with your family, there are many child-friendly services that you can access for free by simply speaking with a flight attendant. For example, bassinets are offered at no cost in order to help ensure that your child can sleep. Infant seatbelts and changing tables are also provided to help give you a safe and comfortable traveling experience.