InterCaribbean Airways added two planes to its fleet and expanded its flight schedule to Antigua, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
The introduction of a 50-seat Embraer 145 Jet and 48-passenger ATR42-500 series turboprop increases interCaribbean’s fleet to five aircraft servicing the Barbados and Windward Islands’ routes.
Flights to and from Barbados will double, with more flights going nonstop to St. Vincent and Grenada offering greater availability to these destinations. InterCaribbean is also launching nonstop service between St. Vincent and St. Lucia on March 12.
The extended schedule now links the Eastern and Western Caribbean with twice-weekly service from Georgetown, Guyana, and Barbados via Antigua to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos, connecting to Nassau, Havana and Kingston, Jamaica.
“We are committed to expanding our services in the eastern islands of the Caribbean, where travelers have been affected by the air travel void left during the pandemic,” said InterCaribbean Airways founder and chairman Lyndon Gardiner. “We look forward to announcing more exciting news and destinations during this year.”
This year will also see InterCaribbean Airways steadily decommissioning older aircraft while adding several newer ones.
InterCaribbean Airways, headquartered in Turks and Caicos, connects 28 cities across 17 countries in the Caribbean.
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