Most airlines are cutting back these days, and American Airlines’ recent decision to drastically reduce flights between the U.S. and various Caribbean nations has island lovers in a tizzy. I’m happy to inform you one airline, LIAT, is increasing flights in the Caribbean, providing you with a few new options to get to your little slice of paradise.
- LIAT is launching daily, non-stop service between St. Lucia and Dominica. You can reach St. Lucia on American Airlines, WestJet and British Airways. The flights will be coordinated to allow for connections with Miami, Atlanta, New York, Toronto, and the U.K.
- Carib Aviation, Ltd., a codeshare partner of LIAT, is launching daily service between Antigua and Montserrat. The flight will take approximately 15 minutes and set you back between $55 and $85 for a one way ticket one-way or $100 for a one-day roundtrip ticket.
Via those in-the-know folks at About.com