interCaribbean Airways Announces Schedule Adjustments and Enhancements

Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands, August 3, 2020: interCaribbean Airways announces minor adjustments in its launch services in Barbados, Grenada and St. Lucia, beginning on August 4th, 2020.

interCaribbean’s management and staff have been coordinating closely with regional civil aviation and health authorities in adjusting the schedule to ensure optimal customer satisfaction. The new schedule will cater for ample time for connecting services with international carriers; as well as boarding time between flights for customers.

In full consideration and appreciation of our customers’ time and choices, we have proactively reached out to all affected customers in a timely manner, through direct messages, as well as service announcements.

Although a large volume of passengers was not affected by the schedule adjustments, interCaribbean apologizes to all the customers that these changes will affect in the short-term. Customer service and satisfaction are paramount to our operations. In this unpredictable period, as governments and airlift stakeholders attempt to manage the health pandemic, we aim to alleviate any unnecessary anxieties of travellers. We promise to always be forthright in our communications with you, as we truly value your business.

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In making the above changes, interCaribbean has taken the opportunity to include enhancements to the short-term schedule in response to customer demands for travel to and from the Islands to London, via Barbados.

Effective August 11th, customers can now do same-day connections three days per week between London, Grenada and St. Lucia, via Barbados. Beginning October 1st, these connections are increased to four times a week for Grenada; daily for St. Lucia; and three times weekly for Dominica.

This adjusted schedule will be in place until October 31st thereafter the full expanded schedule becomes effective offering multiple daily connections between the Islands and numerous other connective options via Barbados to North America, Europe and the Northern Caribbean.

We look forward to serving you in our new cities across Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean. We know you have options in regional travel, and we thank you for choosing interCaribbean Airways. We pledge to provide a safe, unique and comfortable travel experience.

Schedule is reflected below:

Effective 11th AUGUST

Service will be offered:

  • Barbados (BGI) – St. Lucia (SLU) 2x daily in each direction
  • Barbados (BGI) – Grenada (GND) 10x weekly in each direction
  • Barbados (BGI) – Dominica (DOM) 1x daily in each direction

Good 1-stop connections offered by interCaribbean will include:

London (LGW) – Barbados (BGI) – St. Lucia (SLU) 3x weekly in each direction, increasing to daily October 1st.
London (LGW) – Barbados (BGI) – Grenada (GND) 3x weekly in each direction, increasing October 1st to 4x
London (LGW) – Barbados (BGI) – Dominica (DOM) 3x weekly in each direction, begins October 1st
Several US airports – Barbados (BGI) – Dominica (DOM) 3-4x weekly in each direction
Several US airports – Barbados (BGI) – Grenada (GND) 3-4x weekly in each direction
Grenada (GND) – Barbados (BGI) – St. Lucia (SLU) Daily in each direction
Dominica (DOM) – Barbados (BGI) – St. Lucia (SLU) Daily in each direction

Efficient day-trips from St. Lucia, Dominica & Grenada to and from Barbados (BGI) will be available from inception.

Effective 1st NOVEMBER

Service will be offered:

  • Barbados (BGI) – St. Lucia (SLU) 2x daily in each direction
  • Barbados (BGI) – Grenada (GND) 18x weekly in each direction
  • Barbados (BGI) – Dominica (DOM) 17x weekly in each direction
  • Barbados (BGI) – St. Vincent (SVD)* Daily in each direction

Very good 1-stop connections will be offered by interCaribbean (all via Barbados) in three key markets:

  • London to and from SLU, GND, DOM, SVD* (British Airways, and Virgin Atlantic)
  • Several key US airports, such as Miami and New York JFK
  • Strong inter-island connectivity, linking SLU, GND, DOM, SVD* (*Subject to Regulatory approvals.) to each

Large numbers of connections will be offered, for example, about 19x weekly 1-stop connections to/from London, in each direction.

About interCaribbean 

interCaribbean has a proven track record in offering network connectivity elsewhere in the Caribbean, and looks forward to offering high frequency, high-quality connectivity to the East Caribbean, as well as efficient day-trips.

interCaribbean operates ERJ145 50 seat jets, EMB 120 30 seat Turbo Prop and 19 seat Twin Otter aircraft, connecting the Turks & Caicos Islands, Antigua, the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, the Bahamas, Dominica, St Lucia and St. Maarten. Domestic flights are operated in the Turks & Caicos Islands, as well as in Jamaica between Kingston and Montego Bay.

Media requiring more information on specific markets are invited to contact