As of December 17, travellers between Antigua, Barbados and Providenciales will have more flight options. InterCaribbean Airways will begin offering new Antigua service with two new nonstop jet service destinations. The flights, which will connect Antigua with Barbados, initially get underway twice weekly.
The Barbados flight will continue to Georgetown, Guyana, the first time the Eastern Caribbean has access to jet service across these three stops. Other destinations for which connections are available include St Vincent and the Grenadines, St Lucia and Grenada.
Nonstop service from Antigua to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands, is also on the cards. It offers an immediate onward connection to Havana, Cuba as well as Nassau, Bahamas, and Kingston, Jamaica. Travellers can now jet between Antigua and Havana in less than four hours of flying time, the fastest connection the market has seen.