ST. JOHNS, Antigua, November 1, 2020 - The restructured regional airline LIAT is expected to return to the skies today, with the first flight since the airline suspended its services between Antigua and Dominica which remains a major shareholder in the airline.
ST. JOHNS, Antigua, Sept. 29, 2020 – There seems to be no love lost between Prime Minister Gaston Browne and tainted long-time Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) member Asot Michael, with Browne distancing himself “from the behaviour” of the legislator and threatening to remove him from government.
ST. JOHNS, Antigua, September 13, 2020 – As Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister Gaston Browne continue to pave the way for the reintroduction of LIAT as the preferred regional carrier, a number of regional leaders are said to have given their commitment to write of debts owed to them by the regional airline which is now in Administration.
ST. JOHN'S, Antigua, August 7, 2020 - LIAT 1974 Ltd’s court-appointed administrator Cleveland Seaforth of the multinational accounting firm BDO, has given creditors a week from Saturday to submit their claims, holders of company property to return it and persons owing money to pay the company.
ST. JOHNS, Antigua, August 4, 2020 - As Prime Minister Gaston Browne continues to implements his plan to save the regional airline LIAT by reorganizing its finances and making arrangements with its creditors, the government of Antigua and Barbuda has approached the Caribbean Development Bank for a loan to purchase two aircraft to bolster the airline’s fleet.
ST. JOHN’S Antigua, July 26, 2020 - As Prime Minister Gaston Browne continues to pursue his reorganisation plans for the regional airline LIAT, the government of Antigua and Barbuda has been successful in its application to the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court for an Administrator to be appointed for the ailing airline.
ST. JOHN’S Antigua, July 21, 2020 - Plans by Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister Gaston Browne to restructure the ailing regional airline LIAT, took a giant leap on Monday night, after major shareholders St Vincent and the Grenadines and Barbados agreed to sell their shares to Antigua and Barbuda for one dollar ($1).