Antigua and Barbuda welcomes increased service from Air Antilles

5

Antigua and Barbuda welcomed increased service from Guadeloupe based airline, Air Antilles today.

 

The French airline is introducing new routes, with twice weekly services on Monday and Friday from Barbados and St. Lucia.

 

The inaugural flights are scheduled to land at Antigua’s V.C. Bird International Airport, with passengers disembarking a non-stop flight from Barbados, and a one-stop from St. Lucia, effective December 17th, 2021.

 

Air Antilles will also launch a direct non-stop service twice per week, on Wednesday and Sunday, to Antigua from St. Maarten, with connection to Guadeloupe.

 

This service will provide a resumption in airlift to the neighbouring French Caribbean islands, which are key regional markets for Antigua.

Support Antigua Newsroom from as little as $5 – it only takes a minute. If you can, please consider supporting us with a regular amount each month. Thank you.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Might as well the govt drive another nail in Liat’s coffin. Why approve another airline to come eat Liat’s food?

  2. That’s just one way of looking at it.
    The fact is, competition encourage good service. The old LIAT had many delays and cancelled flights because of a lack of competitive service. Just imagine if it were just American airlines alone flying out of the US. They’ll just treat us any way they like. But with their competitors flying, the service by has to match.

Comments are closed.