LIAT flight schedules resume Friday; delays expected

A LIAT aircraft

Regional airline, LIAT, has announced that all of its flights scheduled for Friday, September 14 will operate as normal.

The airline was forced to cancel a number of flights this week due to the passage of Tropical Storm Isaac and it said delays are expected as operations normalize.

“LIAT wishes to advise passengers that we are working to resume operations following the passage of Tropical Storm Isaac,” the airline said. “All flights scheduled for Friday 14th September will operate as normal.”

Meanwhile, the airline said it will waive all fees for changes made by passengers on flights that were canceled due to the passage of the storm for the period until 19th September 2018.

It advises all passengers to contact LIAT’s Call Centre for rebooking at their earliest convenience:

To call toll free from destinations within the Caribbean 1-888-844-LIAT (5428)
For those calling Antigua from other countries 1-268-480-5601/2
For those calling within Antigua please telephone 480-5582
For those calling from Barbados 1-246 434 5428

LIAT warned passengers that there may be some delays on services due to the impact of the storm on its network.

“LIAT regrets any inconvenience caused by the delays/cancellations as a result of the passage of Tropical Storm Isaac,” the airline said.

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1 Comment

  1. jeff
    September 15, 2018

    Still no word on an international airport. YES we start work or NO never. St lucia are going to improve theirs. Still no word form the PM. Its as though they don’t want air airport to ruin Dominica with mass tourism or they don’t have the money or whatever reason if so say so. I was their a year ago it cost me one $200 plus for a 15 hour stay in Antigua no food to eat money i’d rather spend in DA. The PM has no idea, say nothing or lie. No same day flights.And you wonder why Ross left, to much crap from the man.If Ross was so important to DA why did’nt the PM bend over backwards for them. They are better off in Barbados all things considered.

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