Some good news during the global pandemic – interCaribbean Airways is adding four new routes. The airline now links Barbados with St. Lucia, Grenada, and Dominica. Flights between Barbados and St. Vincent are expected to start September 1.
The additional markets bring even greater connectivity to passengers traveling across the carrier’s 27-city pan-Caribbean network. Over the past decade, the airline has worked to become a leader in the region.
The new services are part of its growth strategy in the Eastern Caribbean. The airline plans to add more regional jets, routes, and frequencies as expansion opportunities emerge.
The new destinations are served by 30-seat Embraer 120 Brasilias. The interCaribbean fleet includes ten E120s and four 50-seat E145s. The carrier is based in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos.