LIAT Launches Interline Ticketing

(ST. JOHN’S) – LIAT, the Caribbean Airline will this week open access to more destinations with the launch of its Interline Gateway. The Interline Gateway...

News Avianca, Delta end Venezuela flights

(CARACAS) - Avianca (AV, Bogotá) and Delta Air Lines (DL, Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson) have announced they will each withdraw from the Venezuelan market citing concerns...

Conviasa terminates Colombia flights

(CARACAS) - Conviasa (V0, Caracas Simón Bolivar) has terminated flights to Colombia as of Thursday, July 27. A review of the carrier's website shows...

Barbuda Airways progresses towards launch

(CODRINGTON) - Barbuda Airways (Barbuda) has taken another step towards launching after the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA) gave parent carrier Caribbean Helicopters...

Direct Tortola-Miami Flights Begin On July 22nd

(MIAMI) - BVI Airways is scheduled to launch first-ever nonstop service between Tortola, British Virgin Islands and MIA on July 22, with two weekly...

TIA 2000 Begins Operations

(CASTRIES) - TIA 2000 (Bridgetown) commenced commercial operations last week with the launch of scheduled and chartered flights to Bridgetown, St. Lucia Vigie, Grenada, St....

Aruba Airlines reaches settlement with CEO

(ORANJESTAD) - Aruba Airlines (AG, Aruba) has announced that its founder and CEO, Onno de Swart, has agreed to leave the company. As previously reported,...

United Ends Venezuela Flights

(CARACAS) - United Airlines intends to suspend all of its flights to Venezuela next month, a move that will further isolate the Latin American country...

Guyana Airways eyes June flights to Cuba, North America

(GEORGETOWN) - Start-up carrier Guyana Airways (Georgetown Cheddi Jagan) plans to lease two A340s from Portugal and is looking at Cuba and North American...

Conviasa suspends international operations

(CARACAS) - Conviasa (V0, Caracas Simón Bolivar) has suspended international operations as of Friday, May 5. Venezuelan media outlets report the state-owned carrier was...