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  • Country/Region: Flag of Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda
  • Type: Regional
  • IATA: LI
  • ICAO: LIA

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LIAT Resumes Bridgetown – Beef Island route in Dec 2019

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LIAT earlier this month resumed Bridgetown – Beef Island service, which saw first flight operated on 03DEC19. The airline operates this...

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LIAT adds one-way Bridgetown – St. Kitts sector from Nov 2019

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LIAT earlier this month added one-way service on BridgEtown – St. Kitts sector, on board ATR72 aircraft. The full routing for this route...

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LIAT adds Grenada – St. Vincent one-way sector from Dec 2019

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LIAT from December 2019 plans to offer new routing at St. Vincent, as the airline schedules Grenada – St. Vincent – Bridgetown...

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LIAT 1H17 network changes

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Caribbean carrier LIAT last week announced planned changes to its operational network, gradually commencing from March 2017. Dominica –...

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LIAT Adds Barbados – Tortola Service from June 2016

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Caribbean carrier LIAT in summer 2016 season plans to introduce Barbados – Tortola service, on board ATR42 aircraft. Service will be...

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DATA: What are the Fastest Growing Airlines in the Caribbean?

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Ahead of this year's Routes Americas forum, Routesonline is providing a snapshot on the leading airlines and airports and most used aircraft types...

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WORLD ROUTES: Virgin America Conducts Research into Serving St Maarten

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US carrier Virgin America is conducting market research on the Caribbean island of St Maarten as part of its long-term development plans....

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LIAT Airlines Guyana Operation Changes June – September 2013

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LIAT Airlines from 21JUN13 to 02SEP13 is changing operations at Guyana, where it’ll operate Barbados – Ogle instead of Barbados...

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LIAT to Start Dominica – San Juan Service from April 2013

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Caribbean carrier LIAT from 04APR13 is introducing Dominica – San Juan operation, offering daily service on board Dash8-300 aircraft....

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