Monday, February 17, 2020
Antigua Sailing Week

Antigua pleased with decision of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines

The Miami-based Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines (RCCL) is to sign an agreement establishing the dates and frequency of ship calls to Antigua during the...

Nothing half-way about planned luxury resort Half Moon Bay Antigua

Forbes - One world-class Caribbean setting is going to become even more unrivaled starting in summer 2019. That’s when Half Moon Bay Antigua, a low-density,...

CDB reiterates call for urgent action on cash-strapped LIAT

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has reiterated a call for urgent attention to be taken to address the challenges facing the cash-strapped, regional airline,...

LIAT travellers must wait at least 2 more years to see reduction in airfares

At a recent meeting of LIAT (1974) Ltd’s shareholder governments, it was agreed that it would be necessary to further delay the 2018 recommendation...

LIAT, Caribbean Events form partnership

Caribbeanevents.com, the recently launched website featuring events and festivals scheduled throughout the Caribbean is happy to announce their partnership with LIAT, The Caribbean Airline...

Antigua and Barbuda and Malta discuss Citizenship by Investment programmes

Prior to the commencement of the World Economic Forum at Davos on Wednesday, Prime Minister Gaston Browne held a bilateral meeting with the Finance...

Grenada becomes fifth shareholder government in LIAT

Grenada has become the latest shareholder government of the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT, saying that the island stands to benefit from the decision to...

Sandals to eliminate Styrofoam at all resorts

Sandals Resorts International (SRI) says it will be eliminating all Styrofoam products from the 19 Sandals and Beaches resorts across the region, “in a...

Antigua and Barbuda reaches agreement to acquire Barbados’ shares in LIAT

A new agreement has apparently been struck as the government of Barbados has apparently come off its initial stance of requesting US $40 million...

Government warns Digicel and Flow

Prime Minister Gaston Browne says the foreign owned telecommunication companies, Digicel and Flow, could “jump high or jump low” but they will have to...