LIAT resumes services to/from Antigua – Advisory # 4

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, 30th August 2010 – LIAT announces the resumption of a number of its services to and from Antigua effective today, Monday August 30.

The following flights will operate today:

·          LI 364 – From Barbados and Dominica

·         LI 766 – From Barbados and St. Lucia

·         LI 662 – From Barbados and Guadeloupe

·         LI 610 – From St. Vincent

·         LI 544/545 – Antigua, St. Kitts, Antigua – Estimated to depart at 4:40pm

·         LI 557/558 – Antigua, Dominica, Antigua – Estimated to depart at 4:10pm

·         LI 563 – Antigua, Dominica, Barbados – Estimated to depart at 4:25pm

·         LI 309 – Antigua, St. Lucia, Trinidad – Estimated to depart at 4:50pm

·         LI 311 – Antigua, St. Vincent, Grenada, Trinidad – Estimated to depart at 6:50pm

·         LI 367 – Antigua, Barbados – Estimated to depart at 7:10pm

·         LI 305 – Antigua, Trinidad – Estimated to depart at 7:40pm

·         LI 512 – From Guyana and Barbados

·         LI 770 – From Barbados and St. Lucia

Passengers should note that all flights north of Antigua except LI 544/545 to/from St. Kitts are cancelled.

LIAT wishes to advise that passengers who decide to travel but are unable to complete their journey due to disruption caused by weather conditions, will not be provided with meals, transportation, hotel accommodation etc. Passengers with onward connections are advised to contact the respective carriers.

Passengers should be aware that there are likely to be some disruptions and delays to the schedule due to prevailing weather conditions.

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1 Comment

  1. Wait A Minute
    August 31, 2010

    LIAT is a total RIP-OFF!!! How do you explain deliberately flighing people into an island with a hurricane pending and then informing them that it is ‘an act of God’ and therefore you are not responsible for them? I say the peoples of this region MUST demand better as far as airtransport is concerned because LIAT truely SUCKS!!!!!!!

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