Sales Agreement With Caribbean Development Bank Delaying LIAT’s return to Skies

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LIAT 2020 photo by Wayne Mariette via Facebook

Prime Minister Gaston Browne has disclosed that Antigua-based LIAT 2020 has received the Air Operator’s Certificate.

It is the crucial greenlight for the carrier to begin scheduled passenger flights.

Browne made the disclosure during the Browne and Browne Show on Pointe FM Saturday afternoon.

However, the issue of the delayed Sales Agreement with the Caribbean Development Bank is further delaying LIAT’s return to the skies.

PM Browne appeared frustrated when he addressed this issue. Listen to the video below.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. The same way you have dragged your feet paying the laid off staff for liat 1974 is the same way you will suffer and not get the yields you think you will get from this venture… simply pay they people so your good Karma can follow…

  2. Heheheeee, didn’t Gaston Browne foresee this possible problem?

    Heheheeee, we have an absolute idiatt running (or should I say running down) the country.

    WHY DOESN’T HE QUIETLY GO ABOUT THE COUNTRY’S BUSINESS WITHOUT CONTINUALLY RUNNING UP HE MOUT’

    Heheheeee 😂😂😂😂

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