LIAT storm advisory

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, August 21, 2011 – LIAT wishes to inform its customers that flights into and out of Antigua have been suspended as the Antigua and Barbuda Airports Authority has closed the V.C. Bird International Airport until midday.

Flights in LIAT’s northern network will continue to be affected as Tropical Storm Irene moves into that area. Flights in LIAT’s southern network are operating normally.

A further update will be given at approximately 1:00pm.

Passengers are advised to monitor the LIAT website (www.liat.com) and other media for information.

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3 Comments

  1. lennybronx
    August 21, 2011

    Not surprised

  2. D.A Massive
    August 21, 2011

    Good move LIAT, safety first.

  3. laparole
    August 21, 2011

    not good liat…
    i called you lastnight..u should have said so then u didnt have to make me come sit at theairport to tell me that. now im sitting and waiting like an idiot

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