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Caribbean Airlines is the successor of BWIA West Indies Airways and the national airline of Trinidad and Tobago. Starting the 1st of January 2007 Caribbean Airlines operates on most former BWIA routes.

IATA designator: BW
ICAO designator: BWA
IATA Category: 1
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To help you find your Caribbean flights with Caribbean Airlines, see our routes:
- Flights from Aruba (Aruba) to Paramaribo (Suriname)   
- Flights from Curacao (Curacao) to Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago)   
- Flights from Sint Maarten (Sint Maarten) to Bridgetown (Barbados)   
- Flights from Sint Maarten (Sint Maarten) to Kingston (Jamaica)   
- Flights from Antigua (Antigua and Barbuda) to Bridgetown (Barbados)   
- Flights from Antigua (Antigua and Barbuda) to Kingston (Jamaica)   
- Flights from Antigua (Antigua and Barbuda) to Tobago (Trinidad and Tobago)   
- Flights from Bridgetown (Barbados) to Sint Maarten (Sint Maarten)   
- Flights from Bridgetown (Barbados) to Antigua (Antigua and Barbuda)   
- Flights from Bridgetown (Barbados) to Kingston (Jamaica)   
- Flights from Bridgetown (Barbados) to Tobago (Trinidad and Tobago)   
- Flights from Toronto (Canada) to Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago)   
- Flights from London (United Kingdom) to Bridgetown (Barbados)   
- Flights from Kingston (Jamaica) to Sint Maarten (Sint Maarten)   
- Flights from Kingston (Jamaica) to Antigua (Antigua and Barbuda)   
- Flights from Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago) to Curacao (Curacao)   
- Flights from Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago) to Bridgetown (Barbados)   
- Flights from Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago) to Georgetown (Guyana)   
- Flights from Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago) to Paramaribo (Suriname)   
- Flights from Ft Lauderdale (United States of America) to Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago)   
- Flights from Miami (United States of America) to Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago)   
- Flights from Miami (United States of America) to Paramaribo (Suriname)   
- Flights from New York (United States of America) to Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago)   
- Flights from Georgetown (Guyana) to Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago)   
- Flights from Caracas (Venezuela) to Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago)   
- Flights from Paramaribo (Suriname) to Aruba (Aruba)   
- Flights from Paramaribo (Suriname) to Miami (United States of America)   
Caribbean Airlines Practical Information
› Carry-On Baggage
Each passenger is allowed one piece of carry-on baggage plus one additional piece such as a purse, briefcase, laptop computer OR garment bag - total weight 7 kilos/16 pounds. Standard size applies to each of these items: 21 + 16 + 10 inches OR 53 + 18 + 8 inches or 45 + 33 + 20 cms, calculated at (length + breadth + height) in dimension. Your carry-on must be able to fit under your seat and light items only in the overhead compartment if not, then the item will need to be checked-in. A purse or laptop may also be accommodated. These limitations are intended for your comfort and safety. All baggage must be completely stowed before the aircraft can depart from the gate. Use of equipment such as portable radios, TVs, cellular telephones, video cameras and some electronic toys will not be permitted during the flight. Laptop computers may be used during the flight.
› Checked Baggage Allowance
The checked baggage allowance for each passenger is as follows: On the Intra-Caribbean routes, except St. Maarten and Kingston, a maximum of 20 kilos/44 pounds are allowed. On the St. Maarten and Kingston routes as well as the North American and London routes, the allowance is 2 pieces each weighing a maximum of 23 kilos/50 pounds allowed.
› Baggage Allowance for Infants
Intra-Caribbean routes except St. Maarten and Kingston (weight concept) - Infants not entitled to a seat shall be allowed 10 kilos/22 pounds as well as 1 checked OR carry-on fully collapsible stroller/push chair OR infant's carrying basket OR infant car seat. North America, St Maarten, Kingston and the United Kingdom (piece concept) - Infants not entitled to a seat shall be allowed 1 checked bag at 23 kilos/50 pounds plus 1 checked collapsible stroller/push chair OR infant carrying basket OR infant car seat, which may be carried in the passenger cabin subject to the availability of space. All checked baggage must not exceed 62 inches in dimension (L + W + H).
› Baggage Embargo for Summer 2007
Passengers are advised that Caribbean Airlines has a baggage embargo during the period 22nd June - 4th September 2007. During this period all restrictions with regard to excess pieces, excess weight, wider dimensions, and boxes etc will be strictly enforced.
Caribbean Airlines History
Caribbean Airlines's predecessor BWIA pioneered many of the Caribbean destinations that are now familiar names on the schedule of other carriers. BWIA pioneered air routes between the Caribbean islands and many of the region’s links with the wider world. Island after island, BWIA built foundations of a modern tourist industry. It acted as parent or midwife to many of the other carriers that entered Caribbean aviation in later years. Caribbean Airlines is fully comitted to continue their legacy and expand it further.
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