Liat Non-Stop Service from Barbados to St. Kitts Starts Summer Schedule

Flights Now Operate with an Earlier Departure and Same-Day Return
BASSETERRE (16TH July, 2015): The St. Kitts Tourism Authority today announces that the recently launched Liat service from Barbados non-stop to St. Kitts has shifted to its summer schedule, effective today (Wednesday, July 15, 2015). With the schedule change, the flight will depart Barbados earlier and return the same day, providing more convenient options for intra-island travelers in what is St. Kitts second largest source market, the Caribbean.
The summer schedule for the flight is as follows-
Flight Depart LI 328 BGI 12:40pm  Arrive SKB 2:20pm
Flight DepartLI 329 SKB  2:45pm  Arrive  BGI 4:25pm
These flights operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and provide St. Kitts with direct service from the key markets in the southern Caribbean. The service compliments existing Liat service to St. Kitts from Antigua and St. Martin (both of these flights are twice daily). St. Kitts is also served regionally by Winair from St. Maarten and by Seaborne Airlines from San Juan.
About St. Kitts: St. Kitts is currently ranked, with sister island Nevis, at #3 on a list of the Best Islands in the World, #3 on a list of the Best Caribbean Vacations, and #7 on a list of the Best Beach Honeymoon Destinations in the World, #8 on a list of Best Caribbean Honeymoons, and #8 on a list of the Best Affordable Caribbean Destinations by US News & World Report. It is also currently ranked at #7 among the Hottest Places to Travel this Winter by CNN Money based on bookings received by Virtuoso, #8 on a list of the Top 10 Best Islands for a Holiday by Places To See In Your Lifetime, #14 on a list of the 50 Travel Destinations That Will Be Huge In The Next 10 Years as well as #8 on a list of the 25 Best Caribbean Islands by Business Insider, one of the Top 12 Best Caribbean Vacations on, the vacation rental company of leading travel website, TripAdvisor®. In 2014, LINKS Magazine included St. Kitts & Nevis in its newly created ranking of the Top 25 Islands in the world. St. Kitts & Nevis has also been named one of the Top 15 Emerging Travel Hotspots for 2015 by The Huffington Post and has been ranked by The New York Times at #34 of the 52 Places to Go in 2015. In addition, St. Kitts received the “Innovative Destination of the Year” Award in Caribbean Journal’s Caribbean Travel Awards 2014.
For more information, please contact the St. Kitts Tourism Authority toll free from the US at 1-800-582-6208 or from Canada 1-888-395-4887, e-mail, visit, or connect on Facebook, Twitter and/or YouTube.

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