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All operations currently taking place at the E.T Joshua Airport will cease at midnight 14th February 2017.
Government Communication Consultant Elson Crick speaking on WEFM Friday morning, 6th January, said all operations at Argyle International Airport would commence at 6 am, 14th February.
Crick said persons who would be onboard Liat first flight would have to journey to AIA to do so and urged all passengers to be mentally prepared for the change.
The communications consultant said the final Liat flight that comes into E.T Joshua at 9.55 pm on the 13th of February would be it’s last there.
He said the Captian and crew onboard would then ferry the airline to AIA where it will remain overnight, to commence operations with Flight LI 560 to Barbados at 6.45am.
The project to construct the Argyle International Airport broke ground in 2008.