West Indies women will now fly business class for long-haul international flights and stay in single rooms for international games, bringing them level with the travel policy for the men's teams, according to Cricket West Indies (CWI).
These decisions were made at the first CWI board of directors meeting following the election of new president Kishore Shallow in March.
"The women's game in international cricket continues to evolve, and CWI must keep apace and, where possible, lead," Shallow said. "Introducing these policies and adding a second female to the board as an independent director are monumental strides in the right direction."
CWI also approved a new committee - the Women's Cricket Transformation Committee - to work towards achieving equality for women's players.
"The committee's remit will include but not be limited to recommending strategies geared towards increasing the interest and participation of women and girls in the sport, as well as proposing cricket competitions, events, and pathways that foster competitive women's and girls' cricket," CWI said in a statement.
"We welcome this move by CWI in the quest to achieve greater equality within our work environment among our cricketers," Wavell Hinds, the president and CEO of the West Indies Players Association, said. "We look forward to achieving similar goals in our ongoing negotiations on the renewal of our MOU for another four-year period."
West Indies women play Ireland in June and July, followed by a tour of Australia in October, where they will play three ODIs and three T20Is.