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Trinidad and Tobago

Location: Destinations / Trinidad and Tobago

 

Trinidad and Tobago plane tickets & flights

  

 

  

 

Small nation on 2 islands close to the Venezuelan coasts, located in the Caribbean Sea.

Trinidad and Tobago are prospering and tourism is gaining more popularity, although, this is still not a highly frequented destination. There are many people who have never heard of it, but in our opinion it's worth discovering.

2 airports are located in Trinidad and Tobago.

 

Domestic flights

Not applicable.

 

International flights

Piarco International Airport is the main airport of the country. A single runway, yet it hosted over 1,7 million people in 2008.

Caribbean destinations and Houston, New York, Miami, Toronto, Caracas, London, etc. are served (as of 2009).

  

Airlines in Trinidad and Tobago

 

Caribbean Airlines

From Piarco Airport to: Antigua, Barbados, Caracas, Fort Lauderdale, Georgetown, St. Maarten, Kingston, Miami, New York, Paramaribo, Tobago, Toronto-Pearson

   

LIAT

Antigua, Barbados, Curaçao, Guyana, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent.

 

Surinam Airways

Curaçao, Paramaribo.

 

Various other carriers: Air Transat, American Airlines, American Eagle, British Airways, Continental, Delta Airlines, etc

Ensure connection with major European and North American locations. Among these are: New York, Miami, Atlanta, Toronto, etc.

    

Destinations, major airports in Trinidad and Tobago

 

There are many airports and airstrips in the country, including those in rural areas.

  

Crown Point Airport

Port of Spain Piarco International Airport

   

Useful related resources

  

Trip Tonix - Travel Guide!

Trinidad and Tobago Travel Guide & Advice

Trip Tonix unveils this less popular, but not less interesting exotic travel destination often nicknamed "Trinbago".

Addition: November 20, 2009


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 Last modified/updated: November 20, 2009      

 

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