Caribbean Cargo suspends two freighter services

By Rachelle Harry

Image: Caribbean Airlines

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Caribbean Airlines Cargo has temporarily suspended two of its freighter services, effective immediately.

The carrier’s Tuesday service from Miami, US, to Kingston, Jamaica; and its Thursday service from Miami, US, to Port-of-Spain, Trinidad , via San Juan in Puerto Rico, are those that are affected.

In  statement, the Caribbean Airlines Cargo also advised: “As we continue to optimize our operations given the impact of COVID 19 on international trade, we advise that we may experience flight consolidations or schedule changes to our freighter services”.

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