CAL reopens Barbados ticket office, assures aircraft are properly cleaned

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    Caribbean Airlines will reopen its Barbados ticket office tomorrow.

    It will however operate with restricted hours due to restrictions related to COVID-19.

    In a release, it says the office at the Norman Centre Building on Broad Street, Bridgetown will be open on Monday to Friday from 9am to 1pm until further notice.

    However the airport ticket office will continue to remain closed at this time.

    CAL’s Airport Ticket Offices in Trinidad and Tobago also remain open, with restricted hours:

    However City Ticket Offices and Airport Ticket Offices at all other Caribbean Airlines destinations in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and South America remain closed until further notice.

    Today, CAL also issued a video , highlighting the sanitization processes used on its aircraft.

    It insists that these are cleaned above international standards, using chemicals deemed effective against viruses including COVID-19.

    It adds that social distancing is in place for domestic operations, and once international service resumes, social distancing will be practiced at check-in, on-board and other areas.

    A video was shared on its official Facebook page:

    CAL Sanitisation Video

    Your safety remains our priority, so you can fly without fear as we have incorporated the highest global sanitisation standards to make your travel with us worry-free.#iflycaribbean #iamcaribbean

    Posted by Caribbean Airlines on Tuesday, May 5, 2020