- About Us
- Image Gallery
- Download Free
Published on : Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Although there is no scheduled date for the opening of what LIAT describes as the “most advanced” terminal in the region, various key systems have been tested in a full-scale simulation, the airline said.
Several agencies took part in the simulation, including the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority and Antigua’s Ministry of Civil Aviation, LIAT said in a statement.
The new terminal, built by China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation, has 14 gates, modern security screening facilities, a VIP lounge, more than a dozen retail shops and four food and beverage outlets.
Antigua-based LIAT, which offers daily travel to more than 21 cities in the Caribbean, is jointly owned by the governments of Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.