Tuesday, July 14, 2020

BREAKING: Antigua moving ahead with new LIAT 2020 Ltd; to invest US$15-20 million

The Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda on Wednesday "held a fulsome discussion on the future of LIAT 1974 Ltd." According to notes sent to the...

Economist says LIAT replacement should be private sector-led

With the imminent closure of the current operations of regional airline LIAT, one former development banker is calling for a private sector-led airline in...

Aeromexico files for bankruptcy

Mexico’s largest airline Aeromexico has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the U.S., joining peers Avianca and LATAM Airlines in restructuring amid the devastating...

Grenada PM to meet with LIAT workers to discuss concerns

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell will meet this week with LIAT workers in Grenada to discuss their grievances. The meeting with the workers comes on...

LIAT pilots say they’re ‘flying blind’

The approximately 90 dismissed pilots of the soon to be liquidated airline, LIAT, are unhappy about the way they have been treated by the...

PM Gonsalves explores other options for air travel

Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves has tapped two locally owned airline companies to facilitate travel into and out of St Vincent and the Grenadines...

LIAT’s most senior pilot gave 42 years of his life to the airline. Now...

After giving 42 years of his life to LIAT, the company’s most senior pilot learned at the weekend that the airline is being collapsed,...

Dominica pledges support for new regional airline

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says Dominica will provide “whatever support within our means” to any new entity that emerges following the winding up operations...

LIAT workers owed $94 million – Gonsalves

The Antigua-based financially strapped regional airline, LIAT, owes its staff an estimated EC$94 million (One EC dollar=US$0.37 cents) in severance and holiday payment, which...
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