LIAT recently announced that is is returning to the skies in November. Never one to wait for others, LIAT will continue to be a leader in aviation innovation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We want to make flying as easy as possible in these times,” said John ‘rush slowly’ Browne, acting aviation chief for the new LIAT. “We realize that the former LIAT regularly delivered passengers hours or even several days late to their intended destinations and we were determined to turn this into a positive.”
“Since the CARICOM travel bubble has burst, many travelers will need to quarantine for 7 to 14 days on arrival at their destination. Since many travelers will have already been stuck on our planes or in our transit lounges for days already, we have come to an agreement with several CARICOM countries to allow this to count towards their quarantine time. Some flyers may even find that up on arrival at their destination, their required 14 days will have already elapsed and they can walk about freely up on arriving.”
“This strategy we hope will allow LIAT to succeed this time and become a leader in the region. We will also quarantine flyer’s luggage for up to 30 days, or even eternity in some cases.”