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Antigua Mainly Funding LIAT

  LIAT AIRLINE, previously owned by four Caribbean countries, is now being funded mainly by the government of Antigua and Barbuda as it strives to keep its wings in the air. The airline that is undergoing an Administrative process is presently owned by Antigua and Barbuda and Dominica. At a post-Cabinet press conference in St […]Read More

LIAT in Talks with Barbados, St Vincent

    LIAT that recently began flying again after a major restructuring in currently holding discussions with its former shareholders Barbados and St Vincent and the Grenadines. The airline is currently owned by Antigua and Barbuda and Dominica. Barbados Today reported that LIAT’s Administrator Cleveland Seaforth also indicated that the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) may also […]Read More

LIAT Flies again After 7 Months

  AFTER seven months of absence from the air, LIAT has returned to the sky. The LIAT 401 made its flight to Dominica from Antigua on Sunday evening, touching down at the Douglas Charles Airport at around 5 pm. It returned to the VC International Airport in Antigua at around 6 pm. Videos of the […]Read More

Browne Wants Dominica to Write-off Liat’s Debt

  ANTIGUA and Barbuda’s Prime Minister Gaston Browne is confident that Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit will commit to a proposed debt liability write off for cash-strapped airline  LIAT. According to Dominica’s News Online, Browne said, “I am pretty sure Prime Minister Skerrit will be writing off his government arrears. We are now waiting for Barbados […]Read More