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Councillor Andell Paramsook who represents the electoral district of Montrose in the Chaguanas Borough Corporation distributes sandbags to residents of Chaguanas today in preparation for Tropical Storm Karen

Caribbean Airlines advising that due to Tropical Storm Karen, the following flights for today, Sunday were cancelled:

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Passengers are advised to contact Caribbean Airlines reservation offices for rebooking on the next available service

Customers are advised to visit www.caribbean-airlines.com and check their FLIGHT STATUS before going to the airport or call the Caribbean Airlines Call Centres for further details:

USA, Canada & St. Maarten + 1 800 920 4225

Caribbean & Guyana + 1 800 744 2225

Trinidad & Tobago and Suriname + 1 868 625 7200

Caracas + 58 212 335 7405

Jamaica (International calls) + 1 800 523 5585

Jamaica (Local calls) + 1 888 359 2475

All other locations + 1 800 523 5585

To minimise inconvenience to customers holding confirmed tickets for travel on September 22 2019, Caribbean Airlines is allowing

persons whose travel plans are impacted by the tropical storm to rebook without change fees, subject to the following conditions:

1. Waiver of all fees for tickets rebooked in the same cabin, for travel up to October 01, 2019.

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2. It is mandatory that customers contact Caribbean Airlines BEFORE the scheduled date of travel.

3. Ability to use ticket for one year from date of issue, for tickets booked for travel on September 22, 2019. No date change

penalty will apply. However, if there is a difference in fare, fees will apply.

4. ALL changes MUST be made through Caribbean Airlines Call Centres or at Caribbean Airlines Ticket Offices

5. Caribbean Airlines WILL NOT be responsible for arrangements or transportation to/from an alternate airport or

hotel/overnight expenses incurred by affected passengers

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