Amid sea bridge issues that have been plaguing travel to Tobago, air bridge issues have also come under fire.
Recently, over the Christmas holidays there were allegations that Caribbean Airlines had failed to meet the needs of its travelers as six of its aircrafts were down.
However in a strongly worded post, Manager Corporate Communications – Caribbean Airlines Dionne Ligore took to social media to set the matter straight.
The post read:
“I do not use my personal page for professional business however when lies are being perpetuated I must make the facts known.”
She said that the consolidated services were being operated by the airline’s Boeing 737 jet fleet and that as a matter of priority all confirmed passengers were notified and were bneing accommodated.
Unconfirmed passengers were also being attended to, she noted.
Ms. Ligore also issued a strongly worded comment that targeted the person/persons responsible for the misinformation.
Referring to what she termed political neophytes who simply wanted to advance their own agenda, she said that information claiming that six of CAL’s aircrafts were down were lies.