interCaribbean Airways has announced the suspension of all its services in the Southern Caribbean region due to the impending threat of Tropical Storm Bret. This temporary cessation, which affects numerous islands, is slated for June 22nd, with the expectation of resuming services by Friday, June 23rd.
In a press release, the airline confirmed the suspension of services to and from several popular Caribbean destinations, including Antigua, Dominica, Guyana, Grenada, St Kitts, St Lucia, St Vincent, and Barbados.
The safety and well-being of its passengers and crew are paramount to the airline, and this decision was taken keeping their best interests in mind.
Passengers looking for more information or updates can visit the interCaribbean Airways website at www.interCaribbean.com.
The airline acknowledges the inconvenience this may cause to passengers and has expressed its appreciation for understanding during this challenging time.
Regular services by interCaribbean Airways are expected to resume on June 23rd, once the storm has passed and conditions are deemed safe for operations.
Stay tuned to ANN news for further updates on this and other developing stories across the Caribbean.