A REMINDER TO ALL OUR PASSENGERS:
Masks are still mandatory on ALL LIAT flights.
Over the last few months several of our destinations have relaxed their COVID rules including mask mandates.
While you may be able to enter some airports without masks, it is still mandatory to wear your masks on ALL LIAT flights.
We look forward to when we are out of the pandemic but until then, let’s help keep travel safe for everyone across the region.
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Well done liat
LIAT,stands for Leave Islands Any Time. The only thing it is good for, sucking the bloods of the Taxpayers in Antigua and Barbuda monthly.
Not a problem, Covid still causing havoc, especially to the fully vaxxed … look at Trudeau!
If there are two passengers on a flight.Why should they wear masks?
Which islands on the LIAT route now still require covid tests? I guess masks will continue to sell
Looks like you will be wearing mask for a very long time on Liat
Is there any leadership at that failed airline? Didn’t the CAL’s Executive waitress (Well so called LIAT Manager now) knew that all along? Why the sudden back peddling. But, that’s all LIAT good for these days..”back”.
Time for the ghost of LIAT to be put to rest. The waste of money in trying to run a one plane airline with the bottom of the barrel grumpy pilots and staff gotta go. Had the money lost been paid out to staff, LIAT 2022 may become a reality with the Caricom routes supported by the major players, but the stolid, stupid, non-communicative approach of the secretive management has robbed LIAT of all the love it knew.
Put the two Prime Ministers Mottley & Gonzalves on the auction block, sell them and pay the workers their decades of severance owed to them.
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