Turks and Caicos-based InterCaribbean Airways is expanding its network in the Eastern Caribbean.
The company announced new connecting services between Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
“The demand for our flights across the Caribbean continues to grow, with the introduction of jet aircraft into our fleet with more coming soon. We truly look forward to offering an optimal interCaribbean experience to the satisfaction of all customers. Never has it been easier to get around the Caribbean,” said Trevor Sadler, CEO of the airline.
Beginning Aug. 1, the airline will be offering connecting services fro mBarbados to Grenada, Dominica, Saint Lucia and St Vincent and the Grenadines.
It’s a major step for the airline, which has traditionally operated in the western Caribbean and Turks and Caicos.
“Building interCaribbean into what it is today has taken the full dedication of my entire team. The direction of the last 10 years culminates in introducing these new services to deliver a Caribbean-born and grown airline and become a leader in the region,” said Lyndon Gardiner, chairman of InterCaribbean.
For more, visit InterCaribbean Airways.