As the revamped airline, LIAT 2020 readies for flights from Antigua to

the Eastern Caribbean we get a sneak of things to come.

LIAT 2020 will be 70% owned by Air Peace the No.1 airline in Nigeria.

Antiguan Prime Minister Gaston Browne has announced that Air Peace, a Nigerian airline, is set to acquire a 70 percent stake in LIAT 2020.

The intention is for LIAT 2020 to be operated purely on a commercial basis.

According to the Prime Minister, efforts are currently being made to establish the air operating certificate (AOC) for LIAT 2020.

He emphasizes that the revamped LIAT will not function as a regional bus, operating unprofitable routes.

Once the agreement with Air Peace is finalized, LIAT, headquartered in Antigua, could potentially have a fleet of up to six aircraft.

Air Peace has been operating for 10 years with a fleet of 31 aircraft and flying to 20 destinations from Lagos to Mumbai, Johannesburg, Dubai and Tel Aviv.

It also operates B777-300 with 364 seats.

interCaribbean Airways is pleased to announce services from Georgetown (GEO), Guyana to Barbados (BGI), with connecting flights to St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVD), Antigua (ANU), Grenada (GND), Dominica (DOM), and St Lucia (SLU). An onward flight via Barbados to Antigua, will continue to Providenciales and connect onwards to Havana, Cuba.

With these new routes and well-timed flights that connect to onward flights to the United Kingdom, the USA, and Canada, we look forward to welcoming customers from across the world. interCaribbean expects to connect Georgetown to additional Caribbean points in the very near future to deliver on a truly connected Caribbean with interCaribbean Airways.

Flights are scheduled to begin operations on December 17th, 2021 in time for the holiday season with 12 weekly flights planned to operate between Georgetown and Barbados.  CaribJet are Agents for interCaribbean Airways.  Tel: 1 (473) 439 4444 or WhatsApp +1 (473) 534 7755

After 20 years, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, has returned to the shores of Trinidad and Tobago.
The airline is now operating flights between Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and Piarco International Airport in Trinidad.

The airline is currently operating three weekly flights, on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from the Netherlands to Trinidad and Tobago, with a layover in Barbados.

KLM operates an extensive network that includes services within Europe and to Asia, Africa, North America, Central and South America, and the Middle East.