As the Caribbean market awakens from a COVID-induced slumber the opportunities for growth are myriad, and InterCaribbean aims to fill in the gaps, offering connections and cargo service throughout the region.
With its regional airline LIAT slated for liquidation the Caribbean is looking to outside resources to help maintain air connectivity among the islands rather than investing further in the failed operation. At least six airlines from the region are keen to back-fill the capacity gap from LIAT’s collapse.
How will Virgin Atlantic handle the extended engine repair times for its 787fleet? Four Airbus A330-200 planes will fill in according to new schedule details released today. And they may be in service longer than expected.