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Caribbean Airlines cancels Jamaica flights


Added 01 October 2016


Caribbean Airlines (FP)

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Caribbean Airlines has cancelled several flights due to the impending passage of Hurricane Matthew.

In a news release Saturday, the airline listed the affected flights, which were all scheduled for Sunday, October 2 and Monday, October 3.

The affected flights that were scheduled for Sunday were destined for Nassau, Bahamas; Kingston, Jamaica; John F Kennedy Airport in New York; and Lester Pearson International in Toronto, Canada.

Caribbean Airlines noted that two flights scheduled for Sunday will operate, but at earlier departure times.

Those flights will be from Piarco in Trinidad to Kingston, which will depart at 7:50 a.m., and from Kingston to Piarco, which will depart at 11 a.m.

Caribbean Airlines said their flights to Kingston, Trinidad, Florida and Montego Bay on Monday have all been cancelled.

In the meantime, Caribbean Airlines says it has activated its call out plan to contact customers travelling on the affected flight.

However, the airline is advising customers to keep checking flight information on their website: www.caribbean-airlines.com or to contact their call centres: USA and Canada: 1.800.920.4225 Jamaica (International): 1.800.523.5585 and Jamaica (local calls): 1.888.359.2475 (Observer)


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