Fleet Renewal Key To LIAT’s Future Success, CEO Says

LIAT has released a new business plan that cuts underperforming routes and begins the process of fleet renewal, CEO Ian Brunton says. The Antigua-based airline operates 14 Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft, with an average fleet age of 19 years. This is untenable, Brunton says, and the carrier must upgrade...

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