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LIAT offers new low fares between Trinidad and Guyana and relaunches Santo Domingo service

ST JOHN’S, Antigua — Regional carrier LIAT has announced reduced fares between Trinidad and Guyana, along with relaunching its Santo Domingo service.

Passengers travelling between Trinidad and Guyana can benefit from a 10 percent discount on return fares ranging from the basic to fully flexible.

The discount applies on flight LI 309 from Trinidad and LI 306 from Guyana. Customers can also benefit from fares as low as US$ 199 return on these flights.

In order to benefit from these great fares, tickets must be booked between October 20 and November 30 2015 for travel during the same period.

Seats are subject to availability and promotional terms and conditions apply.

LIAT’s flights to Guyana operate to/from the Ogle International Airport, which is located on the outskirts of Georgetown.

LIAT will also reintroduce services between Antigua and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, effective 15 December 2015, offering three flights a week, every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, with fares from as low as US$299 inclusive of all taxes.

Commenting on the new service, David Evans, CEO of LIAT, said: “We are pleased to be flying back into Santo Domingo. There has been much demand for this service, and we have listened to our customers. We are delighted to be able to reintroduce the service in mid-December, which allows our customers to make plans to travel home for Christmas.”

LIAT has appointed General Air Services as its general sales agent for the Dominican Republic.

Gustavo de Hostos, General Air Services president and CEO commented: “We are extremely happy that LIAT has decided to operate into Santo Domingo once again. There are many people who want to travel around the Caribbean and this provides them with the opportunity to do so with the wide range of connections that LIAT offers from its hub in Antigua.”

Source: Caribbean News Now

Oct 23, 2015

Category: DR News |

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