Caribbean Airlines launches flights between Jamaica and Cuba

Caribbean Airlines will add 300 more seats into these markets. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

Caribbean Airlines will launch flights between Kingston, Jamaica and Havana, Cuba come December 13.

The announcement was made today as the airline said it wanted to make travel within the Caribbean simpler.

The flights will operate twice weekly with arrival and departure from each location on Wednesdays and Fridays.

“Caribbean Airlines is committed to making regional travel easier and more convenient while improving the reach and efficiency of our network,” said Garvin Medera, Caribbean Airlines’ Chief Executive Officer.

Caribbean Airlines CEO Garvin Medera (Photo: NewsdayTT)

“This service will add 300 more seats into these markets and increase opportunities for trade and tourism. As we expand our northern hub in Kingston, we continue to work closely with our stakeholders to ensure success on these new routes,” Medera added.

Flights are currently available for purchase.

Caribbean Airlines is a regional carrier that operates more than 600 weekly flights to destinations in the Caribbean, North and South America.

Headquartered in Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean Airlines has an operational base in Kingston, Jamaica.