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interCaribbean Airways Resumes Services After Disruptions At Dominica Airport


interCaribbean Airways is pleased to announce the resumption of services on the Barbados-Dominica route following temporary disruptions caused by ongoing technical issues at Dominica Airport.

The airline recognizes the inconvenience experienced by passengers and expresses appreciation for their patience and understanding during this period.

Dominica Airport has implemented a temporary solution to address the technical issues affecting the automatic wind station at Runway 27. This solution has allowed for the safe resumption of flights, ensuring the continuity of interCaribbean Airways’ services between Barbados and Dominica.

Passengers who were impacted by the disruptions are advised to contact interCaribbean Airways or their travel agents to make necessary arrangements for rebooking or rescheduling their flights.

The airline is committed to assisting affected passengers and will prioritize their needs to ensure a seamless travel experience.

Passengers planning to travel on the Barbados-Dominica route are advised to stay informed of any updates or changes by regularly checking the interCaribbean Airways website, contacting the airline’s customer service, or staying connected through the airline’s official social media channels.

interCaribbean Airways would like to express its sincere appreciation to its passengers for their continued support and understanding throughout this period. The airline looks forward to welcoming passengers back on board and providing them with a safe and enjoyable travel experience.

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