Regional airline LIAT has cancelled several flights scheduled for Friday (August 18) across different Caribbean destinations, including those between the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and Barbados.
The airline said the cancellations are a result of Tropical Storm Harvey, which has caused several airport closures and late opening times.
The flights cancelled are:
LI 301 from the British Virgin Islands to Barbados
LI 300 from Barbados to the British Virgin Islands
LI 773 from Antigua to Barbados
LI 381 from Dominica to Barbados
LI 304 from St Vincent to Barbados
LI 374 from Barbados to St Lucia
LI 375 from St Lucia to Barbados
LI 308 from Trinidad to Grenada
LI 308 from Grenada to Barbados
LI 310 from Port of Spain to St Vincent
LI 310 from St Vincent to St Lucia
LI 310 from St Lucia to Antigua
LI 370 from Barbados to St Lucia
LI 371 from St Lucia to St Vincent
LI 371 from St Vincent to Barbados
LI 771 from Barbados to St Vincent
LI 771 from St Vincent to Port of Spain
LIAT said ‘passengers who have been affected will be allowed to re-book within the next two weeks with all change fees waived’.
It however stated that passengers who decide to travel but are unable to complete their journey due to disruption caused by weather conditions will not be provided with meals, transportation, or hotel accommodation.
“Passengers with onward connections are advised to contact the respective regional and international carriers,” LIAT added.