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Extra flight between Jamaica and T&T for CPL semis
KINGSTON—Caribbean Airlines has announced that it is putting on an extra flight between Kingston and Port-of-Spain to accommodate fans who want to attend the semifinal match in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) between Jamaica Tallawahs and Barbados Tridents. Tallawahs and Tridents meet in the second semifinal match of the CPL at the Queen’s Park Oval from 8 pm on Friday, following tomorrow’s clash between Guyana Amazon Warriors and T&T Red Steel.
The Caribbean Airlines flight leaves Kingston at 8 pm tonight arriving in T&T at 11.59 pm, it was reported. The return flight will be on Sunday, departing T&T at 6 am, arriving Kingston at 7.45 am.
“We are supporting the CPL (Caribbean Premier League ) in making the flight available for persons who would like to support the Tallawahs,” said Clive Forbes general manager, CAL Jamaica.
“We are also aware that there is demand for travel to Port of Spain outside of cricket fans and we expect those persons to be on the flight too.” Captain Chris Gayle has said that the Tallawahs are optimistic of victory after overcoming the challenge of a feisty T&T Red Steel in their last preliminary game at Sabina Park on Sunday. (CMC)
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