Caribbean regional airline LIAT is extending the suspension its flight services in the Caribbean to May 15.
The comes amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The decision was based on a review by the company’s Board of Directors and Executive Management, according to a statement.
“Several destinations have extended their border closures and instituted strict travel restrictions which mean that passengers are unable to travel,” said LIAT Chief Executive Officer Julie Reifer-Jones.
The airline said passengers who had booked flights during the period would automatically have their trips canceled and would receive “a full credit.”
Reifer-Jones said the airline “was working to resume operations across the LIAT network as soon as it was feasible to do so.”