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More flight disruptions due to Hurricane Irma


Added 07 September 2017


ST JOHN’S – LIAT wishes to advise passengers that due to the passage of Hurricane Irma that several destinations have been affected.

Please note that the following flights have been cancelled for Thursday 8th September, 2017.

LI 560 from Dominica to San Juan

LI 561 from San Juan to Dominica

LI 567 from Dominica to Barbados

LI 312 from Antigua to St Maarten

LI 312 from St  Maarten to Tortola

 LI 512 from St Kitts to Tortol

LI 508 from Antigua to St Kitts

LI 508 from St Kitts to St Maarten

LI 508 from St Maarten to Tortola

LI 509 from Tortola to Antigua

Passengers should expect some delays on services that operate today.

Please note passengers who have been affected will be allowed to rebook within the next two weeks (September 4 to 18).

Passengers with travel dates from September 4 to 8 will have change fees and fare differences waived.

Passengers with travel dates from 9 to 11 will have the change fees waived but will have to pay any fare difference.

 Passengers who make changes after the September 18 will be subject to all change fees and applicable fare differences.

We strongly advise our 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 from Other Countries or Barbados 1-246-227-3850

Please note the Call Centre will open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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 and hotel accommodation.

Passengers with onward connections are advised to contact the respective regional and international carriers. LIAT is also monitoring Hurricane Jose in the Atlantic with the potential to have an impact on the northern part of our network later this week.

Persons are asked to continue to monitor their local media and weather reports. LIAT will continue to monitor the progress of the hurricane 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 Irma. The next advisory will be given at 6 p.m. today. (PR)


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