Caribbean Airlines win travel award

In this photo taken Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012, a Caribbean Airlines jet leaves the gate at Miami International Airport in Miami.
A Caribbean Airlines jet leaves the gate at Miami International Airport in Miami.

Trinidad and Tobago state-owned Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) has won the “Caribbean’s Leading Airline” for the fifth time at the recent annual World Travel Awards held at Sandals Emerald Bay Golf, Tennis & Spa Resort Great Exuma, Bahamas.

In accepting the award on behalf of the airline, Chief Executive Officer Michael DiLollo stated: “Our customers are at the heart of everything we do at Caribbean Airlines, and we are very proud to be recognized by them. This award comes at a time when Caribbean Airlines has had a successful summer peak performance”.

“Our teams have worked hard and our frontline employees have persevered to make a positive difference. We are also in the final weeks before cutting over to our new Amadeus Passenger Service System, which will further enhance our customers’ travel experience,” he said.

Commenting on the title, World Travel Awards founder, Graham Cooks said: “I am delighted Caribbean Airlines has been recognized by our voters as the “Caribbean’s Leading Airline” for the fifth time.

The World Travel Awards was founded in 1993 in order to recognize and celebrate the sterling contribution that stakeholders such as Caribbean Airlines make to tourism.

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