Antigua Continues Investigation of LIAT Hangar Fire, With Help from Barbados

By the Caribbean Journal staff Barbadian foreign arson investigator Roderick Walcott is leading a two-person team in Antigua examining the recent fire at the LIAT hangar, according to National Security Minister Dr Errol Cort. Walcott arrived in Antigua Tuesday and […]


LIAT to Outsource More Cargo Operations, Citing Challenging Economic Environment

By the Caribbean Journal staff LIAT has announced plans for further outsourcing of its cargo and Quikpak operations at a number of its Caribbean locations, the air carrier announced Tuesday. Wilbur Edwards, LIAT’s director of Cargo and Quikpak operations, said […]


LIAT Cargo Signs Deal with Miami-Based Aviation Firm CAS

By the Caribbean Journal staff LIAT Cargo has signed an Interline Agreement with Miami-based Commercial Aviation Services, a Miami-based carrier with heavy traffic to San Juan and Colombia. The agreement will hep transport cargo from to and from San Juan […]


More Visitors Head to St Kitts and Nevis

Above: Pinney’s Beach, Nevis (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff More visitors are looking to the federation of St Kitts and Nevis for their vacations, according to data released Thursday by the government. St Kitts and Nevis’ Robert L […]

LIAT, COPA Airlines Partner to Help Cultural Programme in Cuba

By the Caribbean Journal staff Air carriers LIAT and COPA Airlines are partnering with government of Barbados, the Cuban Embassy and Caribbean Publishers, Inc to move books to Cuba for a major cultural show. LIAT’s cargo aircraft will transport the […]

St Lucia: No Agreeement on LIAT Stake

By the Caribbean Journal staff St Lucia’s government has not agreed to a proposal or deal involving the purchase of shares in regional air carrier LIAT, it announced yesterday. The airline does play an important role in the region and […]


Grenadian Tourism Minister Calls for End to LIAT Standoff

By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenadian Tourism Minister Peter David has called for an end to the impasse between airliner LIAT and the union representing the company’s workers. The Minister issued a statement yesterday after LIAT pilots staged a sick-out […]

Interview with Tim Hoffman, Owner of Nevis’ Montpelier Plantation and Beach

By Alexander Britell Tim Hoffman is the owner of the historic Montpelier Plantation and Beach in Nevis. Originally a sugar plantation when Nevis’ crop ruled the Caribbean, the property has hosted everyone from Horatio Nelson to Princess Diana. Hoffman, whose […]


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