By Dana Niland
LIAT has returned to the British Virgin Islands.
The regional air carrier has resumed its morning and evening services to Tortola following the suspension of flights after Hurricane Irma last year.
The airline resumed flights into Tortola’s Terrence B. Lettsome Airport at Beef Island this week.
“LIAT remains committed to connecting the region and we are happy now to be resuming these services to connect passengers into and out of the BVI,” said Chief Commercial Officer, Audra Walker.
The restored LIAT flights will allow for easy connections within the LIAT network as well to international carriers, the company said.