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LIAT to Add New Flight to Trinidad Ahead of 2016 Carnival

SAN JUAN – Regional airline LIAT announced on Monday that it will offer a new direct flight from Barbados to Trinidad and Tobago early next year ahead of the twin-island nation’s annual carnival, set for Feb. 8-9.

In a statement, LIAT said that starting Jan. 18, the new flight will depart daily from Grantley Adams International Airport in Seawell, Barbados, for Trinidad’s Piarco International Airport.

The flight has been added “in light of the anticipated high demand for seats to and from Trinidad for carnival in February,” the airline said.

LIAT, whose main shareholders are the governments of Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica and St. Vincent and the Grenadines, flies to more than 21 destinations across the Caribbean.

 

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