LIAT resumes flights to Grenada, St. Vincent

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LIAT says it has taken a decision to resume flights to Grenada and St. Vincent.

LIAT suspended all flights in the southern part of its network as of Friday April 9, 2021 due to the volcanic activity in St. Vincent.

The eruptions at the La Soufriere volcano in St. Vincent have halted and there has been very few ash emissions reported over the last week.

On account of the improvement in the conditions, LIAT has taken a decision to resume services as follows:

  • Grenada, as of April 28.
  • St. Vincent, as of May 6.

Based on the volatility of the situation, passengers are asked to continue to monitor their e-mails and LIAT’s website for updates.

Passengers wishing to reschedule are asked to contact our Reservations Call Centre for assistance.

The airline will be working with authorities to assist in relief and evacuation efforts into St. Vincent until advised to stand down. LIAT will issue further updates and advisories via its website (www.liat.com) and social media platforms.

The management and staff of LIAT wish to extend our prayers and sincere wishes to the people of St. Vincent & the Grenadines at this challenging time.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Four months and no pay for LIAT employees. Not a penny paid to the LIAT staff here in Antigua for 2021. However, the Guyanese administrator takes home his $100,000 USD a month. And after one full year of faiked administration is seeking an extension, like really?

    GB, worl boss, whatever you call yourself, get rid of the failed administration. Save LIAT. Get young knowledgeable locals who are actually qualified and have Antigua’s best interest at heart.

    All tge qualifies persons are leaving LIAT. CFO gone and left a dunce triki flight attendant, a have no qualification pilot and a retard to run the airline. The same crew which cash it..will theybsave it?

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