In a positive move for Caribbean regional travel, interCaribbean Airways has unveiled its latest network addition—a non-stop flight service connecting two Caribbean hubs of Bridgetown, Barbados, and Kingston, Jamaica.
Set to take off on February 6 2024, this initiative promises to significantly improve the connectivity between these bustling destinations.
The Flight Schedule
Bridgetown, serving as the Southern Caribbean hub for interCaribbean, will become the launchpad for flights to Kingston on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
The return flights are scheduled for Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, creating a seamless travel experience for both business and leisure passengers.
Flying in Comfort: The CRJ700 Jet
Operated by interCaribbean’s state-of-the-art Bombardier CRJ700 jet aircraft, this route distinguishes itself as the sole non-stop service connecting Bridgetown and Kingston.
Trevor Sadler, interCaribbean’s CEO, expressed his pride in introducing this direct service, which he says comes in response to the increasing demand for enhanced travel connectivity in the Caribbean.
He stated, “This new route is set to enhance both business travel and tourism, bringing these two vibrant cities closer.”
One-Stop Connections for Southern Destinations
The launch of this service heralds not only a direct link between Bridgetown and Kingston but also introduces convenient one-stop connections for passengers traveling from other southern destinations.
Places like Grenada, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Dominica, Georgetown, Antigua, and Dominica are seamlessly integrated into the route, creating a web of connectivity across the Caribbean.
These one-stop connections significantly enhance the travel experience for passengers, presenting more efficient and streamlined travel options within the Caribbean.
Whether you’re a business traveler or a tourist, this new service caters to your needs, making your journey more convenient and enjoyable.
interCaribbean’s Network Expansion
With the inauguration of the Bridgetown-Kingston service, interCaribbean solidifies its position as a key player in Caribbean aviation.
By contributing to stronger connections within the region, the airline not only meets the immediate demand for improved travel options but also anticipates future growth and connectivity needs.
interCaribbean Airways is a privately-owned and operated airline, headquartered in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
The UK-flagged airline operates 50-seat Embraer ERJ145 Regional Jets, a Bombardier CRJ700 and a fleet of turboprops, comprising 68-seat ATR72, 48-seat ATR42s, 30-seat EMB120s, and 19-seat Twin Otters.
With a network spanning Georgetown, Guyana, in the south, Barbados to the east, Havana, Cuba, to the west, and Nassau, Bahamas, to the north, interCaribbean connects twenty-eight cities across seventeen countries in the Caribbean.
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