Caribbean Airlines says it will add new seats to the domestic air bridge for the Easter and Jazz weekends.
The airline says it has entered into a wet lease agreement with Danish Air Transport.
This wet lease will be solely dedicated to the operation of the domestic air bridge between Trinidad and Tobago, and will run from April 17 – September 08, 2019, to cover major peak travel periods.
Caribbean Airlines has refuted claims that they opted not to take up special needs passengers on a Saturday night flight from Trinidad to Tobago despite having available seats.
On Sunday, a social media post from a passenger claimed that 12 to 15 seats were left vacant on the flight, the last to depart Piarco to the ANR Robinson airport.
Paria Fuel Trading’s gas has met – and in many cases – exceeded the contractual specification, says Energy Minister Franklin Khan, as he defended the fuel quality.
Replying to Opposition queries in Parliament on Monday, Khan struck down concerns that the quality of gas might be responsible for fires which started in several cars.
Fish vendors are praying that sales improve as Easter draws closer because they have experienced a drastic drop in sales.
Fish vendors at the San Fernando and Otaheite Bay Fishing Depots believe consumers are not buying, mainly because they have no money.
Different types and sizes of fish and shrimp were on display on the stalls, but there were just a handful of customers, each looking for the most reasonable price.