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Statement from LIAT
The management of LIAT (1974) Ltd confirms that one of its employees is in police custody in Barbados assisting law enforcement officers with their investigations into a drug-related matter.
The Board of Directors of LIAT (1974) Limited advises that it has accepted the resignation of Chief Executive Officer, Mr. David Evans effective 13th April 2016.
A passenger who travelled on the airline this week posted an account of the ordeal she and other passengers suffered when they checked in for what was to be a simple two hour flight from Trinidad to Guyana.
The Curaçao Tourist Board together with the Immigration Department of Curaçao have launched the online version of the Embarkation and Disembarkation card (ED-card). Completing the form digitally has two main goals namely a fast and efficient process at the immigration line and immediate processing of the visitor’s data.
LIAT, The Caribbean Airline, congratulates the Government and People of Barbados as the country marks 49 years of political independence.
Caribbean Airlines new transit arrangements in Trinidad will make connections from Guyana to destinations in North America and Europe easier for travelers.
The engine of a Boeing 767 carrying 101 people caught fire as the plane taxied for departure Thursday at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida, officials said. It was bound for Caracas, Venezuela.
After just 17 months on the job, the Chief Executive Officer of Caribbean Airlines (CAL), has resigned with immediate effect. Michael DiLollo, 48, who was appointed CEO in May, cited personal reasons for his decision.