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Leeward Islands Air Transport LIAT

Leeward Islands Air Transport LIAT logo LIAT - Star of the Caribbean is the Caribbean Airline based in the beautiful island of Antigua. LIAT provides a reasonably priced, comfortable and fun way to travel between islands in the Caribbean.

IATA designator: LI
ICAO designator: LIA
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Leeward Islands Air Transport LIAT Practical Information › Check-In
We recommend that you arrive at the airport to check in at a minimum of ninety (90) minutes prior to your scheduled time of departure. Check-in closes thirty (30) minutes before departure. LIAT reserves the right to cancel the reservations of any passenger who does not check-in at least thirty minutes (30) prior to the scheduled or posted departure time of the flight.

Passengers who have checked-in for a flight and have received a boarding pass must present themselves at the departure gate and be ready to board their flight no later than fifteen (15) minutes prior to departure. Passengers not in the boarding area by this specified time prior to scheduled departure are subject to seat cancellation. › Baggage
The free baggage allowance applicable to an adult passenger and children whose fare is at least 50% of the adult fare will be 23 kilos or 50 pounds. This allowance includes the weight of cabin baggage (unchecked baggage).

Please be aware that both your checked baggage and carry-on baggage may be subjected to security screening. There are some items which are prohibited in carry on baggage and some items which are prohibited in checked baggage. Generally you are prohibited from carrying dangerous goods, restricted items such as flammable liquids, compressed gases, corrosive, magnetised or radioactive materials, toxic and infectious substances and sharp or other dangerous objects which could be used as weapons aboard the aircraft.

To avoid delays during the passenger screening process, we recommend that you place items such as jewellery, keys, cell phones etc. in your carry on baggage and not on your person. Pack appropriately to avoid inconvenience and delays at security check points. › Booking Changes
LIAT fares are non-refundable. Passengers are allowed to change their reservations up to three hours before the scheduled departure time of their intended flight. Online changes can be made at a charge of USD20.00 per segment plus any difference in fare.

If you do not cancel at least three hours prior to the scheduled departure tiime of your flight, do not show up for your flight, or do not board the aircraft for any reason your reservations will be automatically cancelled and you will forfeit the value of your reservations.
Leeward Islands Air Transport LIAT History LIAT began flying in 1956, with one single Piper Apache operating between Antigua and Montserrat. With the acquisition in 1957 of 75 percent of the airline by the larger, better known BWIA, LIAT was able to expand to other Caribbean destinations and to obtain new airplane types, such as the Beechcraft Bonanza and DeHavilland Heron airplanes. Hawker Siddeley HS 748's came in 1965; this was due to the airline's decision to phase out the Herons.

Contrary to popular belief among many commercial aviation fans, LIAT actually wasn't always an all propeller engined airline. After Court Line obtained the airline in the early 1970s, LIAT entered the jet age, using BAC One Elevens for their longer Caribbean routes, as well as Britten-Norman types. In 1973, LIAT provided maintenance work for another Caribbean airline, Carib Aviation; these services were suspended when Carib Aviation decided to hire their own mechanics in 1974.

Court Line went bankrupt soon after acquiring LIAT, and the BAC-One Elevens were gone from the LIAT fleet as well. In order to keep the airline flying, the governments of many Caribbean nations stepped in and bought the airline. The jets were replaced with a series of smaller airplanes, such as the Twin Otters.

The 1980s were a decade of growth for the airline: by 1986, many daily flights were operated to Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico, as well as other regions that the airline had never flown to. Dash 8 airplanes were bought, to allow for the transportation of more passengers and cargo at a faster pace.

In 1995 LIAT was again privatized, and in March 2007 has merged with Caribbean Star Ailrines to form LIAT - Star of the Caribbean.
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