LIAT suspends flights during Hurricane Omar
Due to the suspension of some of its flights as a result of the presence of Hurricane Omar in the north of the region, LIAT, the Caribbean Airline, has issued a notice to all passengers on their flights.
LIAT CEO, Mark Darby
CEO Mark Darby has stated that at present it is not possible to say when the airports north of Antigua will be open, therefore at this time (Wednesday evening) the airline cannot yet confirm when normal service will resume for those flights.
He also confirmed that all flights from Antigua south on Thursday 16th October, should be operating on time and passengers on those flights should check in according to their normal time schedules.
He also sent a message to all passengers who have had their travel plans disrupted today October 15th due to the weather conditions in the region.
These passengers should report to the LIAT counter at the nearest airport on Thursday morning in order to state their intention to travel and be placed on the standby lists in order that they can be rebooked on the next available flight.
LIAT apologizes for an inconvenience these cancellations have caused to travelers but assures that the safety of their passengers and crew always come first.