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Contingency plans still in effect for ferry passengers
The Port Authority of T&T (Patt) says contingency plans continue to be in effect for ferry passengers travelling to Tobago, but they are urging people to follow the guidelines introduced to ensure there are no disruptions to the process.
In a release, Marketing & Public Relations Manager Vilma Lewis-Cockburn said the arrangement which commenced on March 13, "applies to only persons who would have purchased a ferry ticket for the T&T Express during the period March 13-22."
She said, "these passengers are required to check the Ferry Help Desk at the Airports prior to proceeding to the CAL Domestic Counter."
Lewis-Cockburn said "passengers with tickets for the MV Cabo Star will NOT be facilitated by Caribbean Airlines."
On March 15, 173 passengers travelled from Trinidad to Tobago, while 95 passengers departed Tobago for Trinidad.
On March 16, 159 passengers travelled from Trinidad to Tobago, while 100 passengers travelled from Tobago to Trinidad.
Thanking Caribbean Airlines for its immediate assistance to accommodate passengers, the Patt said the Ferry Help Desks at the Piarco International Airport, Trinidad and the Crown Point International Airport, Tobago were open from 7 am to 7 pm to assist passengers.
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