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LIAT Undertaking “Wide-Ranging” Review of Commercial Activities

 Above: a LIAT plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean regional air carrier LIAT is undertaking a “wide-ranging review of its commercial activities,” the company said in a release this week. The purpose of the review is to enhance the …

LIAT Names New CEO

 Above: a LIAT plane By Alexander Britell Caribbean air carrier LIAT has appointed David Evans as its new Chief Executive Officer, the company’s Board of Directors announced Monday. Evans, a native of the United Kingdom, takes over for Julie Reifer-Jones, …

Thomas Cook Begins New Service From Manchester to Antigua

 Above: a Thomas Cook plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Thomas Cook Airlines has officially inaugurated its new non-stop weekly service from Manchester to Antigua. The service, which began last week, will fly from Manchester International Airport to VC Bird …

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 Above: a LIAT plane By the Caribbean Journal staff High winds in the Eastern Caribbean have led to a number of LIAT flight cancellations in St Vincent and the Grenadines and Dominica, the company said Monday. Acting Chief Executive Officer …

 Above: a new LIAT plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Four shareholder governments of Caribbean air carrier LIAT will be receiving a total of $65 million in loans from the Caribbean Development Bank to support the purchase of new aircraft …

 Above: a LIAT plane By Alexander Britell LIAT has issued a response to Sir Richard Branson, a week after the Caribbean airline rose to international notoriety when Branson tweeted a complaint letter about the carrier. The company released a pair …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff It started out as a simple complaint letter in a local newspaper in the British Virgin Islands, but it soon went viral. Tennis pro Arthur Hicks, writing in the BVI Beacon newspaper, wrote satirically to …

 REDjet CEO Ian Burns said his company had no plans to bring a lawsuit against Jamaican authorities after its application to operate flights to the island had been delayed. “We’re in business in the Caribbean to work with governments and …