Airline, interCaribbean Airways seems to be replacing the routes that LIAT used to cover. It promises reasonable airfares with perks and on-time travel with its new flight services between Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean.
Flights between Barbados and Grenada and St Lucia got underway on Aug. 4, while flights between Barbados and Dominica commenced on Aug. 11.
The Turks and Caicos Island based airline was introduced to local industry stakeholders during a recent event at The Abidah by Accra Hotel in Barbados.
Regional Customer Service Strategist, Gilles Bussutil said that interCaribbean prides itself on providing a reliable service.
He said: “Whether it be connecting Caribbean families together, where we safely bring them together on a daily basis. or connecting Caribbean businesses together – finally having an airline that actually provides on-time travel. This is really something that we focus on to provide – real on-time performance, that reliable travel experience.”
Founded by Chairman Lyndon Gardiner, a Turks & Caicos Islander, interCaribbean has been aggressively broadening its scope across the region in the last decade.
It seems to be filling the void created since LIAT stopped operating under lockdown.
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