Tuesday, July 14, 2020

LIAT remains committed to flying despite challenges, CEO says

Cash-strapped LIAT continues to fly, connecting travellers across the region, Chief Executive Officer Julie Reifer-Jones said on Monday. Reifer-Jones confirmed that despite the challenges facing...

Cruise tourism industry set for steady growth in 2019 and beyond

With the 2018 cruise figures already surpassing those of the year prior with a recorded 792,873 visitors, Tourism officials are buoyant regarding the prospects...

PM Gonsalves: Shareholders, including Antigua, were unanimous in decision to liquidate LIAT

All four major shareholder governments of LIAT unanimously agreed to liquidate LIAT 1974 Ltd at a meeting held on June 27, chairman Prime Minister...

No formal interest from Branson in LIAT, Gonsalves says

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says he has received no formal indication from billionaire Richard Branson, the owner of Virgin Atlantic, that he is...

Trinidad PM: No plans to take over LIAT

As of now, Trinidad and Tobago Government has no plans to take over inter-island airline service LIAT or its routes even as the regional...

LIAT collected $11 million from passengers who can’t fly as airline collapses

Up to May this year, LIAT had sold $11 million dollars worth of tickets, even though the carrier stopped flying in March due to...

Customs Division adjust hours of operation as economy reopens

The Antigua and Barbuda Customs and Excise Division, in an effort to support the Government’s efforts to re-open the economy, has made further adjustments...

Digicel asks employees to take pay cut

Digicel has asked all employees, including managers, to take a temporary salary reduction due to the financial losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. “Managers at...

Caribbean Airlines plans to fly past COVID-19

With global travel restrictions imposed due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which led to the significant decline of air travel, CAPA - Centre...

PM expresses strong support for regional Credit Unions

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has expressed strong support for the regional credit union movement, noting that these institutions play a critical role in Caribbean...
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