CAL cancels flights over storm warning

(Trinidad Express) Caribbean Airlines (CAL) have cancelled a number of flights on Monday due to several Caribbean countries being placed under a tropical storm warning.

A release from the air carrier stated: “Due to the Tropical Storm warning in effect for Trinidad, Tobago, Grenada and its dependencies the following flights for June 19th, 2017 are CANCELLED:

BW 550: Port of Spain to John F. Kennedy, New York
BW 1650, 1522, 1528, 1532, 1538, 1526,1530, 1536, 1540, 1550: Port of Spain to Tobago
BW 1651, 1523, 1529,1533,1539, 1527, 1531,1537, 1541, 1551: Tobago to Port of Spain
BW 483: Miami to Port of Spain; Port of Spain to Guyana
BW 459: Kingston to Antigua; Antigua to Barbados
BW 481: Fort Lauderdale to Port ‐of‐Spain
BW 485: Orlando to Port‐of‐Spain
BW 434: Port of Spain to St. Lucia
BW 435: St. Lucia to Port of Spain
BW 448: Port of Spain to Barbados
BW 449: Barbados to Port of Spain
BW 438: Port of Spain to Grenada
BW 883: Port of Spain to Suriname

Customers are advised to visit www.caribbean-airlines.com and check their flight status before going to the airport or call the Caribbean Airlines Call Centres for further details:

USA, Canada & St. Maarten: + 1 800 920 4225
Caribbean & Guyana: + 1 800 744 2225
Trinidad & Tobago and Suriname: + 1 868 625 7200
Caracas: + 58 212 335 7405
Jamaica (International calls): + 1 800 523 5585
Jamaica (Local calls): + 1 888 359 2475
All other locations: + 1 800 523 5585

Affected customers travelling during the period June 19 – 21 , 2017 will be permitted to change or cancel their reservations without penalty subject to the following conditions:

1. Passengers must have a confirmed ticket issued before June 19th, 2017
2. Passengers who choose to change their reservations, must complete their travel by 25 June 2017.

Travel must be in the same cabin as the original.

The airline advises that it will not be responsible for arrangements or transportation to/from an alternate airport or hotel/overnight expenses incurred by affected passengers.

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