Commencing November 30, sub-regional carrier LIAT will be resuming its commercial services by providing services to a limited number of destinations and routes.
According to a November 25 press release, “The airline will operate flights 5 days per week to 7 destinations across the LIAT network. The seven destinations are: Antigua, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St Lucia, St Kitts, and St Vincent.”
LIAT has indicated that by December 2020 it will roll out a schedule that includes additional destinations. According to LIAT, several new procedures to ensure the safety of its staff and passengers have already been implemented.
These include the mandatory wearing of masks at check-in and on-board, enhanced cleaning and sanitisation protocols, and new boarding procedures. In the meantime, LIAT has introduced its new baggage policy effective Nov. 30. While passengers will be allowed to carry on a small bag and personal item for free, their 1st Checked bag will cost US$10 with a second checked bag being priced at US$60. The airline said these prices will apply for both ways — that’s US$20 and US$120 round trip. (CBR) (AN)
Extract from CARICOM BUSINESS Newsletter Vol 3 No 48
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