(CMR) The Trinidad and Tobago-based Caribbean Airlines (CAL) urged customers, to disregard a video, currently circulating on social media, regarding a travel advisory. The video is said to be over six years old, and the Airline asks its valued customers to please disregard this outdated social media posting.
While the airline gave no particular details, it said that the “travel advisory for Caribbean Airlines is outdated and without merit”.
The airline, which flies to several Caribbean islands, as well as Venezuela, Cuba, the United States and Toronto, among other destinations, said the “video is over six years old”, and the airline asks its valued customers to please disregard this outdated social media posting.
“Caribbean Airlines thanks its valued stakeholders for their continued support and cooperation,” CAL said in a statement, posted on its website.
Caribbean Airlines operates more than 600 weekly flights to destinations in the Caribbean, North and South America.
Earlier this year, Caribbean Airlines was recognised as the Caribbean’s Leading Airline Brand by voters at the World Travel Awards. World Travel Awards was established in 1993 to acknowledge, reward and celebrate excellence across all sectors of the tourism industry.