cnews
Friday, 23 September 2016 19:18

Caribbean Airlines Launches Mobile Website

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)

Piarco, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I. – 23 September, 2016. Caribbean Airlines has launched our mobile website application, which allows customers to:

- Book flights
- Add or update frequent flyer information
- Add or update contact details
- Add seats and meal preferences and a list of other features, all from the palm of your hands using an Android or IOS smartphone device.

Caribbean Airlines recognises that customers need to have on-the-go information about their flight details and other services, from any device. Our new, responsive mobile site can be easily accessed by adding the URL– mobile.caribbean-airlines.com to your mobile phone’s browser.

Dionne Ligoure, Head of Corporate Communications stated: “Caribbean Airlines is in a state of transformation, with a customer centric focus where we are delivering the value that our customers demand, by making the travel experience easier and more convenient. With the new mobile site, our customers can now access many of our services using their smartphones from just about anywhere. The mobile site is clean, simple, and easy to navigate, with many of the features already available on our desktop and tablet versions of the website”.

Caribbean Airlines offers an all-inclusive in-flight experience with complimentary, authentic Caribbean meals and signature cocktails. Also, all passengers’ first checked bag always flies free and economy passengers can pay just USD30 for a second checked-bag, which is one of the lowest rates in the global airline industry. When travelling, demand value, choose Caribbean.

 

Caribbean Airlines Limited

Read 394 times
  • C SPORTS
  • C SPECIALS
  • Press Releases
The third night of competition in the National Long-Course Swimming Championships proved very interesting with a number
The local cricket season is set to bowl off on Saturday morning with four matches in the premier league two-day
A new season of the Flow Secondary Schools Girls Hardball Cricket League bowled off yesterday with strong attendance
A new season of the Secondary Schools Cricket League for girls bowled off at two venues in North Trinidad on Thursday.
In 2016, Della Marie Walcott, one of this country's rising stars in the game of chess, fell into a coma from which she
Reigning National 800 Metre Champion, Jamaal James, has decided to retire from the sport at the age of 29. He says
  • 1
  • 2
bottom
Top