Piarco (POS) is fairly small but I think 1.5 hours is cutting it close. Add the fact that LIAT flights are typically delayed and you would have significantly less time to go through immigration, customs, recheck your baggage, go through security and getting to your gate on time.
Originally Posted by Sassafras
Then again, the last time I went through Piarco my 10 hour layover extended to 17. So your mileage may vary.
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