Prime Minister addresses LIAT issue

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 10:49 PM- St. George's, Grenada
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ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA, Wednesday 21st September, 2016 –GIS: Regional airline LIAT has backed away from plans to cut four flights to Grenada, and will instead cut one.

The airline's Acting Chief Executive Officer Julie Reifer-Jones recently said there will be a cut to the Grenada-St. Vincent route, as part of a route restructuring exercise to take effect in the next two weeks.

During a two hour open press conference on Wednesday, Prime Minister Dr. Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell said the region will do well to look at the subject of open skies to encourage better service.

Dr. Mitchell is concerned that we are charging ourselves out of the market, and adds that the troubling issues must be addressed, whether they are a monopoly service that is not working or the taxes being imposed on tickets.










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