Air Services: Caribbean Regions
A guide to flights to Tobago from within the Caribbean region
In addition to the main regional carriers, BWIA, Caribbean Star and LIAT, a number of small charter airlines operate inter-island services.
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Formerly BWIA (British West Indies Airways) Caribbean Airlines are Trinidad & Tobago's national airline and the largest airline in the eastern and southern Caribbean.
Caribbean Airways offer direct services to Tobago from Barbados, Grenada and Trinidad.
A daily flight operates between Barbados and Tobago, utilising a Bombardier Dash-8 Q300. The 50-minute flight leave Barbados at 16:50hrs, and Tobago at 15:20 hrs daily.
The airline also offers a wide range of regional services to Port Of Spain from Antigua, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican, Jamaica, Guyana, St.Maarten and Suriname.
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LIAT is a regional airline serving 20 destinations in the Eastern Caribbean, from the Dominican Republic in the north to Guyana in the south. Antigua is LIAT's home base and principle hub. In January 2007, LIAT announced a merger with Caribbean Star. All flights are now conducted under the LIAT badge.
LIAT offer direct flights between Trinidad and Tobago and to Tobago from Barbados via Grenada.
The daily service from Trinidad at 10:35am and arrives in Tobago at 11:05am. The second, more interesting service, leaves Barbados (BGI) at 17:10hrs and arrives in Tobago, via Grenada, at 18:50hrs. The flight is timed for valid connections from the northern islands (St.Thomas, Tortola, St.Maarten, St.Kitts, Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Martinique and St.Lucia).