The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) said the disruptions to Caribbean Airlines (CAL) flights owing to "cockpit crew constraints" are not expected to affect its matches.
On Sunday, CAL said it was experiencing delays and cancellations to many of its international and domestic services.
However, the TT Airline Pilots Association on Sunday denied that it was taking part in any industrial action.
CPL head of communications Peter Miller told Newsday, "We are aware of the disruptions to flights and have been in contact with CAL and the various stakeholders involved in our transit plans. As things stand, CPL doesn't expect to be impacted by these flight disruptions but we have contingencies in place should the situation change."
Bad weather has already put a damper on the start of the 2023 CPL season with three of the first five matches in St Lucia washed out. The last CPL match in St Lucia is expected to bowl off at 7pm tonight between St Kitts and Nevis Patriots and St Lucia Kings.
CPL teams, officials, broadcast crew and fans will make their way to Warner Park in St Kitts for the next phase of matches scheduled for August 23-27.