PARIS—French airline Air Caraibes is boosting frequencies in its winter schedule, with the arrival of an Airbus A350-1000 set for January 2020. The new A350-1000 will seat 429 passengers and will operate on the airline’s key Paris-Caribbean routes. Air Caraibes is part of Groupe Dubreuil, also the parent company of low-cost, long-haul carrier French Bee. The carrier continues to perform well in a tough operating environment, which has seen the demise of fellow French airlines ...

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