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Sunday 22 April 2018
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CAL updates on St Maarten disruptions passengers

The Princess Juliana International Airport in St Maarten remains closed to commercial traffic following significant damage caused by Hurricane Irma.

As such, Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) is advising customers with tickets for travel purchased before September 5, 2017 to/from St Maarten only that they are “entitled to a waiver of date change penalties for travel within one year of ticket validity from date of issue.”

CAL also said the “difference in fare or change of origin/destination cost” is to be borne by the passenger while full refunds would only apply “for travel up to October 31, 2017.”

Requests for refunds must be made by September 30, 2017. CAL customers are advised to contact the airline’s Call Centres for further details.


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