Air Conditioning Issue Forces LIAT Flight to Return to Antigua After Departure to St. Vincent

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A LIAT flight departing from Antigua en route to St. Vincent was forced to turn back just 30 minutes after take-off.

Flight LI311 was redirected to Antigua upon approaching Dominica’s northern tip due to a reported malfunction in the aircraft’s air conditioning system.

The system plays a crucial role in maintaining a comfortable cabin temperature and providing fresh air.

The flight was subsequently rescheduled, aiming to arrive in St. Vincent at 8 pm.

This incident emphasizes the critical role of in-flight systems and safety checks for passenger comfort and wellbeing.

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  1. This incident took place several days ago yet the story states “…aiming to arrive in St. Vincent at 8 pm.”

    Journalism in these parts really leaves a lot to be desired.

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