Caribbean Cargo adds capacity on routes

Caribbean Airlines Cargo is increasing its weekly freighter capacity to meet growing demand on its Miami-Kingston-Miami and Miami-Trinidad-Miami routes.

From May 2, the carrier is adding 200,000 lb of airfreight capacity each week with additional flights.  

The updated schedule includes four weekly flights between Miami and Trinidad, as the carrier launches a new Monday flight.

The carrier is also increasing its capacity between Miami and Kingston on Tuesdays by upgrading the aircraft that is used for the service.

Additionally, the carrier will move its Monday flight between Miami, Kingston and Montego Bay to Sunday.

Caribbean Cargo’s updated freighter schedule also includes a third weekly flight between Miami and Kingston and weekly flights on the Miami-Trinidad-Guyana-Miami and Miami-Barbados-Trinidad-Miami routes.

In addition to the carrier’s direct freighter services, onward carriage of cargo is available throughout its network.

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