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Watch: Liat’s Return To USVI Announcement

Business / Caribbean / Tourism / Travel / Videos / Virgin Islands / March 13, 2018

Liat on Monday said it would return to the U.S. Virgin Islands beginning on July 2. The flights, only between St. Thomas and Antigua, a scheduled for thrice a week: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. We’ve extracted the important parts of the press conference to save you time. It’s above. (In group picture above, Dept. of Tourism Assistant Commissioner Joyce Dore-Griffin, center left, makes a presentation to David Isaac, center right, Liat’s regional manager, in recognition of Liat’s return to the USVI. Also pictured is Shavar Maloney, left, Liat’s corporate communications manager, and Lieutenant Governor Osbert Potter on the far right.

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