As Hurricane Irma has been upgraded to a Category Five hurricane, LIAT airlines has cancelled all of its flights for the second day.
After a day of disruptions on Monday September 4, LIAT have cancelled all Tuesday flights as the region prepares for the extreme effects of Irma.
The hurricane is approximately 225-miles east of Antigua, and 230-miles east-southeast of Barbuda at this stage, travelling west at 14mph
According to the National Hurricane Centre based in Miami, the storm is dangerous and all preparations to protect the lives of those in the region should be carried out swiftly.
“LIAT wishes to advise passengers that due to the impending passage of Hurricane Irma that several destinations will be effected,” the airline has said in a statement.
Passengers who have been affected will be able to rebook within the next two weeks (until 18 September).
Those travel dates from 4-8 September will have change fees and fare differences waived.
To find out if your flights are affected and what you can do about it, please contact LIAT airlines on 1-888-844-5428 Toll Free from anywhere within the Caribbean Region.