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LIAT announces ‘Spring Time Madness’ sale

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, January 15, 2015 – LIAT, the Caribbean Airline, will launch a ‘Spring Time Madness’ seat sale at a minute past midnight tonight, offering big savings on fares to its 17 destinations.

Tickets for travel must be bought no later than 11:59 pm on Sunday 08th February. The tickets on offer for sale apply for travel between 16th January and 22nd March 2015 inclusive.


In order to access the special fares customers must enter or quote the Promo Code SPM15 when making a booking with LIAT.  The discount will only be displayed on the LIAT website when the code is entered.


With fares as low as US$162.16 inclusive of taxes and surcharges, LIAT says the ‘Spring Time Madness’ seat sale is the perfect opportunity for customers planning to travel over the next couple of months, including to such events as Puerto Rico’s Carnival.

Tickets can be booked on, through the LIAT call centre, airport ticketing offices, and travel agents. Seats are subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply.




LIAT, The Caribbean Airline, operates a modern fleet of ATR 42 and ATR 72 aircraft across a regional network of 17 destinations.  It is owned by regional shareholders, with the majority being the Governments of Barbados, Antigua & Barbuda and St. Vincent & the Grenadines. More information about LIAT may be found at


Anguilla – Antigua – Barbados – Dominica - Grenada - Guadeloupe - Guyana –Martinique – Puerto Rico - St Croix – St Kitts – St Lucia - St Maarten – St Thomas – St Vincent – Tortola – Trinidad


| Desmond L. Brown | Head of Corporate Communications | LIAT (1974) LTD | Head Office, Coolidge Business Complex | Sir George Walter Highway | Antigua | Telephone: +1 (268) 480- 6222 | fax: +1 (268) 480-5638 | email: |


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