Caribbean: The Management of interCaribbean Airways advised customers of the potential disruption to flights to/from Barbados and around the Southern Caribbean and Guyana due to the passing of Tropical Storm Bret on Thursday, June 22.
Affected services resulting in flight delays and/or cancellations depending on the severity of the storm may include:
● Barbados – Antigua
● Barbados – Dominica
● Barbados – Guyana
● Barbados – Grenada
● Barbados – St Kitts
● Barbados – St Lucia
● Barbados – St Vincent
Regular service is scheduled to resume on Friday, June 23, 2023.
At interCaribbean Airways, the safety, security, and well-being of all customers and crew is paramount to us.
interCaribbean Airways said, “While the storm is outside our control and all airlines operating within the region will likely be affected by the adverse weather conditions, we sincerely apologize to customers for the inconvenience caused due to this service disruption, as we proactively take precautions to protect our clients, employees and our physical operating assets.
Passengers wishing to reschedule may do so; we offer at-no-charge changes, place on hold for future travel options or request a refund at customerservice@interCaribbean.com Regular updates will be posted on their website, so please visit www.interCaribbean.com to see these updates.
Further, Tropical Storm Bret has built tall thunderstorms over the center last few hours which has led to an increase in wind estimated 45mph. It had struggled earlier with dry air and mid-level shear but is expected to build more thunderstorms and put on size from tonight as it gets over very warm 29C water. Shear will make the bulk of heavy rainfall be more on the east side by the time it gets to the islands. Rainfall expected to continue to early Saturday behind it.
Tropical Storm Bret expected to move a little faster and more west, the center reaching the central to north Windwards between Thursday morning and night. It will near Barbados first. NHC has it reaching around 65mph. Most of the storm force winds will be on the north side and close to the center’s west and east side. Due to continuing center track uncertainty, it could end up anywhere from Barbados, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Martinique, & Dominica on the edge.