Port-of-Spain, 2012-11-03 — / — Caribbean Airlines, World Travel Awards winner ‘The Leading Caribbean Airline 2012’ – for the third year in a row, is pleased to announce that its wide-body 767-ER300 aircraft will begin operations between Piarco, Trinidad and Pearson International Airport, Toronto from Saturday 3rd, November 2012.

The airline extends thanks to the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation and Canadian Authorities for granting approval to operate this aircraft type with seating capacity of 30 passengers in the business class cabin and 191 seats in its economy class service. The features of this aircraft include individual head-rest video monitors with 5 video plus 10 audio channels of inflight entertainment, flat beds in business class and much more.

Chief Executive Officer (ag.), Mr Robert Corbie confirmed that this addition to its fleet takes the airline to a new altitude and plans are in place to immediately position this aircraft across its route network with particular emphasis on London and New York from Trinidad and Guyana as soon as further approvals from those authorities are received.

Corbie further stated that CAL’s primary focus is to continue enhancing the brand experience by providing a higher level of comfort and personalised service to its customers.

Caribbean Airlines continues to be renowned for competitive pricing, best all-inclusive fare with no hidden fees or costs, free bags, complimentary meals and warm island service with reliable performance.