LIAT to sell three planes, could fly again in coming months


    LIAT has agreed to sell three of its planes and the airline could fly again in 60 to 90 days.

    This is according to an article on CARICOM Today which says the agreement was reached by the airlines major shareholders.

    They met late on Monday for Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne to present his plan to reorganize the company.

    Today, he said the meeting went well and that “we should sell the three planes that are owned by LIAT and charged to the Caribbean Development Bank.”