Wednesday, April 24, 2024

LIAT to meet on CEO’s quitting


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LIAT’S BOARD of directors will meet tomorrow to decide whether it will accept  the resignation of chief executive officer  Captain Ian Brunton.
Weeks after having  to apologize to Caribbean travellers for a summer  of flight delays and cancellations, Brunton  has indicated that he  is ready to go.
Efforts to reach Brunton and LIAT chairman Jean Holder were unsuccessful but confirmation that the CEO had expressed his desire to walk away from the airline after just over a year in the position came from corporate communications manager Desmond Brown.
But even before the board meets to discuss the matter, the leader of at least one shareholder government has said  that as much as Brunton  is valued at the  Antigua-based airline,  the carrier would move  on if it needed to.


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