Saturday, July 11, 2020

LIAT’s new board in place

The struggling airline, LIAT, has announced that it has appointed a new Board of Directors, which will be chaired by former Barbados Prime Minister...

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...

Barbados PM in discussions with EIB for funding regional transport

As the future of the struggling regional airline LIAT hangs in the balance, Prime Minister Mia Mottley, has hinted that she has started discussions...

US Congress Roundtable on de-risking in the Caribbean hailed a success

Representatives of the government of the 15-nation Caribbean Community (CARICOM) had a fully attended Roundtable meeting on Tuesday with members of the U.S. Congress...

Sir Richard Branson ‘interested’ in investing in LIAT

The Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda has indicated that the British entrepreneurial magnate, Sir Richard Branson has shown interest in investing in the financially...

New policy regarding sale of assets of international banks operating in Antigua

The Antigua and Barbuda government has adopted a policy whereby any international bank deciding to leave the island will have to make “first offer...

Under Julie Reifer-Jones’ leadership, LIAT is facing its worst financial crisis

By Bert Wilkinson Separated by large tracts of the turquoise blue waters of the Caribbean Sea, people in the tiny tourism dependent Eastern Caribbean islands...

Arthur’s medicine for LIAT’s revival

Owen Arthur has warned his former counterpart in the Caribbean that the beleaguered regional carrier LIAT won’t survive their imposition of hefty airport taxes. The...

Chastanet: St Lucia will not be investing in LIAT

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has maintained his position in not supporting the cash strapped regional airline LIAT despite the airline’s new Board of Directors...

Antigua making moves to accommodate an expanding LIAT

The Antigua and Barbuda government says it has considered a long-term lease on parts of the old air terminal at the VC Bird International...
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