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David Evans has something he wants to tell you…

"It’s the start of a new year and the beginning of a new chapter in the history of LIAT, The Caribbean Airline. Just over 18 months ago we embarked on an ambitious fleet renewal programme, with the intention to phase out our aging Dash 8 aircraft. This process is now virtually complete and we expect to be flying an all ATR fleet before this summer. By now, many of you would have flown on one of our new aircraft and I am sure you will agree that these quiet and comfortable aircraft are perfectly suited to our existing and potential new routes.

As we move forward with you, our valued customers, at the centre of our focus, we have restructured our commercial activities to meet your needs and to improve our performance. Recently we made a major change to our schedule periods, from the multiple seasonal schedules to an industry standard schedule covering two seasons. Our current winter schedule, which commenced on 26 October will run until 28 March 2015. The longer schedule period will allow both you and us to plan further ahead. Over the coming months we will continue to implement changes to enhance the travel experience for you, and to position LIAT as an efficient airline that delivers a better customer experience.

As you flip through the pages of this issue we take you down memory lane with a look back at the West Indies’ best moments in cricket. You will discover Dutch heritage and French flavours with our Flying Visit to St Maarten/St Martin; we will take you behind the curtain of Trinidad’s Carnival; and much, much more.

Stay sunny, stay smiling and, as always, live life to the full."

David Evans
Chief Executive Officer

 

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