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PRESS RELEASE – LIAT wishes to advise its customers and the general public of the following flight cancellations for tomorrow, Monday 13th October, as the airline prepares for the impact operations are likely to be felt by the passage of Tropical Storm Gonzalo.
V. C. Bird International Airport, Antigua, will be closed from 10:30 PM tonight until 12:00 noon tomorrow, at which time the situation will be reviewed.
LI 310 St Lucia to Antigua
LI 308 St Lucia/Dominica/Antigua
LI 362 Barbados to Antigua
LI 540 Antigua/St Kitts/St Maarten/St Thomas
LI 541 St Thomas/Anguilla/Antigua
LI 771 Antigua to St Lucia
LI 361 Antigua/Dominica/Barbados/Port of Spain
LI 521 Tortola/St Maarten/St Kitts/Antigua
LI 521 from Antigua is scheduled to depart at 02:00 PM, arriving in Barbados at 3:20 PM
LI 727 from Barbados is scheduled to depart at 4:00 PM, arriving in Grenada at 4:50 PM
LI 727 from Grenada is scheduled to depart at 5:15 PM, arriving in Port of Spain at 6:00 PM
Passengers travelling tomorrow are asked to check the LIAT website, the LIAT Facebook page, their local LIAT office, or to call the LIAT Call Centre from Antigua – 1-268-480-5582; toll free from the rest of the Caribbean – 1-888-844-5428 and from Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands – 1-866-549-5428 for information on the status of their flights.
Customers affected by the disruptions who wish to rebook for a later date will be allowed to do so without change fees or fare differences for a period of one week from the date of their original scheduled travel. Following the one-week grace period, passengers will be required to pay applicable fare and change fees when re-booking.
LIAT also 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.
LIAT regrets any inconvenience caused as a result of this disruption to travel services caused by Tropical Storm Gonzalo.