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Home > LIAT Commences Relief Flights to St. Maarten and Tortola



ST. JOHN’S, ANTIGUA September 14, 2017 –

 LIAT will begin limited flight operations into the destinations of St. Maarten and Tortola, British Virgin Islands which were severely affected by the passage of Hurricane Irma. The Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Maarten and the Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport in Tortola suffered extensive damage and at this time are closed to commercial operations. The relief flights, which will commence on Thursday 14th September, will see LIAT only transporting passengers out of these destinations. We will not carry any commercial passengers into these destinations. This is in accordance with the conditions established by the authorities in St. Maarten and the BVI that prohibits the entry of commercial passengers. LIAT will continue to assist the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency in moving personnel and relief supplies into the affected area.

Passengers in the affected destinations can contact our Reservations Department at 1888-844-5428 or 1268-480-5601 or via email at for more information on the schedule for these flights. The Management and staff of LIAT will continue to work to support the people of St. Maarten and the British Virgin Islands especially at this difficult time.


LIAT, The Caribbean Airline, operates a modern fleet of ATR 42 and ATR 72 aircraft across a regional network of 14 destinations. It is owned by regional shareholders, with the majority being the Governments of Barbados, Antigua & Barbuda, and St. Vincent & the Grenadines

MEDIA CONTACT Shavar Maloney | Corporate Communications Manager | 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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