Caribbean Airlines says there will be no entry into the ANR Robinson International Airport between 10 am and 12 noon tomorrow when the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (AATT) conducts its full-scale emergency drill.
The airline says passengers booked on any Caribbean Airlines flight previously scheduled to operate during the hours of the drill, have been re-accommodated on other services.
It notes that persons travelling on May 16th, are encouraged to check Caribbean Airlines website for information on their specific flights.
The Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (AATT) is advising that there will be an interruption in vehicular traffic flow on Wednesday along the public roadway giving access to Kilgwyn Bay in Tobago to facilitate easy access by emergency response agencies.
This is as a result of a full-scale emergency exercise to take place at the ANR Robinson International Airport in Crown Point.
A statement by the AATT says the police will be controlling and directing traffic accordingly.
The Tobago Jazz Experience brought the Speyside Recreation Ground to life on Saturday night with “Jazz in the East”, where local and regional acts thrilled a large and expectant crowd.
Headlining the night were reggae crooner Tarrus Riley and his fellow Jamaican, dancehall star Tanya Stephens.
Here are some photos released by the THA Department of Information.
(i) A young Katzenjammers pannist gets his time in the spotlight during their early performance.
Three Tobago fishermen are missing at sea.
According to reports, the men departed Lambeau beach on Monday and were expected to return on Tuesday.
However, they are yet to reappear.
A senior Coast Guard official confirmed that the owner of the vessel reported it missing. He added that exercises to locate the missing fishermen have been futile.
Investigations are ongoing.
The 2017-2018 cruise season is setting up to be the most successful in terms of passenger arrivals in Tobago’s history, Tobago tourism officials have said.
By the time the season closes next month, Tobago is projected to have received close to 80,000 cruise passengers.
It’s an increase of over 236 percent from the 2016-2017 season, when 23,821 cruise passengers visited the island.
Secretary of Tourism, Culture and Transportation Nadine Stewart-Phillips said this is “great news” for the island, which is working to stimulate growth in the tourism industry.
Ther Chamber of Industry and Commerce is expressing concern over the collapse of the ferry service between Trinidad and Tobago and says the Galleons Passage is a retrograde step for Tobago.
The Chamber issued a statement on the seabridge problems, on Monday.
"The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce (TTCIC) is extremely concerned by what is now an almost-total collapse of the ferry service between the two islands.