LIAT Mysteriously Cancelled Several Flights Which Have Nothing To Do With the Weather



LIAT wishes to advise that due to operational reasons, several flights have been cancelled for Thursday 28th March, 2019. These changes will affect the following flights:
• LI 374 from Barbados to St. Lucia
• LI 375 from St. Lucia to Barbados
• LI 337 from Barbados to Grenada
• LI 338 from Grenada to Barbados
• LI 769 from Barbados to St. Vincent 
• LI 770 from St. Vincent to Barbados.

Affected passengers will be moved to other flights at no charge. Please contact our Reservations Call Centre or your travel agent for more information.

Passengers can check their bookings at or by contacting our Reservations Call Centre:
• To call Toll Free from destinations within the Caribbean 1-888-844-5428 
To Call Antigua from Other Countries 1-268-480-5601/2 
• To call from Barbados 1-246 434-5428

TA: 01/19
27 March,2019

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  1. I suggest a change in the business model. Focus on freight flights. Caricom needs to improve trade between the Islands. And that market is really not served well at all. They should cost less and you can work with FedEx and DHL to assist them to move some packages for them and safe them lots of money. Please have someone look into this model.

  2. They already have that model genius, it’s called Quickpack but you wouldn’t know that, coming from where you come from and jumping on bandwagon.

    Any more bright ideas in that cranium of yours? Your party badly need some.

    • Dessalines he wouldnt dare give Gaston advice. Weston said their cabinet is the greatest collection of talent since trump’s cabinet. yet the pm didnt know about the YiDa deal he signed and now the global ports agreement the wise leader didnt know about the monopoly.

  3. Change the ticket at no extra cost well that’s really big of them, they should be paying people compensation for messing up people’s day.

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