LIAT introduces surcharge to cover extra security costs
LIAT has implemented a security surcharge on tickets in response to rising security demands and spiraling security costs.
The new security surcharge of US$1.25 per one way trip applies to all passengers, including children and infants, on all LIAT flights.
Over the past several years security costs have been climbing and LIAT has been absorbing these costs in an effort to cushion the effects on its customers. With the introduction of the security surcharge, LIAT hopes to recoup some of the additional security costs.
LIAT takes the safety and security of its customers and employees very seriously and appreciates your understanding in the current circumstances.
The carrier joins more than 100 airlines worldwide which have introduced similar charges since 2001.