Trinidad and Tobago, a country with warm waters and stunning beaches, is one of the new destinations for KLM airline. And across Amsterdam, from Porto, Lisbon or Faro, getting there is now even easier. Despite the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, the Dutch airline has boosted its connections to the Caribbean and South America. Currently, there are 17 destinations available, which is a number equal to 2019. Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados and the country of origin of singer-songwriter, actress and businesswoman Rihanna, is another novelty.
In addition to Bridgetown and Port of Spain, the capitals of Trinidad and Tobago, San Jose and Liberia in Costa Rica have been added to the summer 2021 program. “Previously, these destinations were only offered during the winter season,” the company explained in a press release. The document also states that “during the peak season, 24 weekly flights depart to Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao. This is much higher than in 2019, when there were 17 weekly flights to the islands.” There are still operations still canceled.
“Services to Havana in Cuba and Fortaleza in Brazil are temporarily suspended due to the epidemic,” the airline explained. “Currently, only essential travel is allowed to many Caribbean and South American countries. Significant travel restrictions remain. Mandatory quarantine is also required for travelers coming from certain countries,” warns KLM, which updates official information from the authorities of these countries and other destinations. at carrier site.
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