LIAT’s woes reflect business conflicts, limited vision, in intra-regional Caribbean aviation

(ST. JOHNS) - For intra-Caribbean aviation the old adage “the more things change, the more things stay the same” rings true. Unfortunately, the regional airline LIAT is a perfect example of an airline whose...

TOURISM MATTERS: Brexit not all gloom and doom

The abundantly obvious subject for this week’s column would have been Brexit and the potentially damaging results it could have on what is still our single largest tourism market, the United Kingdom (UK). But in...

Why Airline Seats Have To Be In The Upright and Locked Position For Take-Off...

(NewFoxy) - Airplane seats only recline slightly, which might make it seem strange when passengers are ordered to ensure their seats are in an upright position for take-off. But why? It’s well-known that take-off and landing are...

TOURISM MATTERS: How regional airline missed out

By Adrian Loveridge - Attending the recently held first Caribbean Aviation Meet-Up Conference was probably one of the most productive weeks in my life. My only regret was that many of the key decision...