ST. JOHN’S, Antigua:--- Several destinations in the LIAT network were affected by Hurricane Maria. Hurricane Maria continues its trek the Caribbean and LIAT continues to monitor its progress and its effects on our destinations. Due to the closure of several airports as well as in the interest of passenger and crew safety, several flights have been cancelled.
Please note that the following flights have been cancelled for Wednesday 20th September 2017:
- LI 773 from Antigua to Barbados
- LI 381 from Antigua to Dominica
- LI 381 from Dominica to Barbados
- LI 300 from Barbados to Tortola
- LI 301 from Tortola to Barbados
- LI 520 from St. Kitts to Antigua
- LI 364 from Barbados to Dominica
- LI 364 from Dominica to Antigua
- LI 524 from Barbados to Dominica
- LI 524 from Dominica to Antigua
- LI 523 from Antigua to Dominica
- LI 523 from Dominica to Barbados
- LI 318 from Antigua to Tortola, BVI
- LI 329 from Tortola, BVI to Antigua
Please note LI 364 will operate tomorrow Wednesday 20th September as a nonstop flight from Barbados to Antigua. LI 523 will operate tomorrow Wednesday 20th September as a nonstop flight from Antigua to Barbados.
LIAT has suspended all flights into Dominica as we await information from the authorities there. In addition, our relief flights to and from Tortola, BVI and St. Maarten are also suspended and a further advisory will update you on the resumption of those flights.
Kindly note that passengers who have been booked on affected flights will be allowed to rebook. All change fees and fare differences will be waived only if they do so on or before Monday 25th September, 2017.
We are therefore asking these passengers to contact LIAT's Call Centre for re booking at the earliest convenience:
LIAT Call Centre 1-246-227-3850
Please note 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 and hotel accommodation. Passengers with onward connections are advised to contact the respective regional and international carriers.
Persons are asked to continue to monitor their local media and weather reports. LIAT will continue to closely monitor the progress of this weather system and will issue further updates and advisories via its website (www.liat.com) and social media platforms.
LIAT regrets any inconvenience caused by the delays/cancellations as a result of the passage of Hurricane Maria.
LIAT Press Release