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LIAT Launches New Flights

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - December 4, 2014

Above: a LIAT ATR plane (Photo: LIAT)

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Regional carrier LIAT has officially launched seven new flights per week.

The company has begun four new flights per week between Dominica and St Maarten and three new flights per week between Barbados and Guyana’s Ogle Airport.

The Dominica-St Maarten flights operate on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, while the Barbados-Guyana flights operate on Monday, Thursday and Saturday.

LIAT is now operating 10 flights each week to Guyana.

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