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18, 2015, LIAT has resumed flights to Douglas-Charles Airport from three origination points: Antigua (ANU), Barbados (BGI) and Guadeloupe (PTP).
In an open letter to the airline, Arthur Hicks, the frustrated LIAT passenger, described his plight saying that he was flown to six different airports in a single day, switching planes.
LIAT Cargo operates five days a week via the airline's 22 destinations and utilizes automated cargo systems to make bookings, generate manifests, and provides rate calculations and cargo tracking on its website.
While the transport of various forms of cargo is nothing new to LIAT, this signals an important milestone in the evolution of the company's air cargo business as we move towards the formal introduction of an aircraft dedicated exclusively to the movement of air cargo throughout our islands as well as into Guyana," said LIAT CEO Brian Challenger.
The chairman of Caribbean-based airline, LIAT, has resigned from the position.
LIAT reportedly made the decision to have a distinctive showcase following recent developments in the company, including the acquisition of the assets of Caribbean Star.
LIAT is a Caribbean airlines owned by regional shareholders, with major shareholders being the Governments of Barbados, Antigua & Barbuda and St Vincent & the Grenadines.
The merger of LIAT (1974) Ltd and Caribbean Star Airlines Ltd is to be finalised and the airlines integrated by 15 June 2007.
Caribbean Star Airlines and LIAT said this week that they plan to "commence formal negotiations toward the merger of the two carriers" following a decision by the LIAT board.
In addition to its own network growth, JetBlue also announced the signing of two new interline agreements in the Caribbean, with LIAT and Seaborne Airlines, and a growth of its existing partnership with Cape Air.
Caribbean Star Airlines and LIAT have said that the discussions regarding the merger acquisition agreement for LIAT (1974) Ltd to purchase Caribbean Star Airlines Ltd remain on track.