LIAT CEO quits

LIAT’s chief executive officer (CEO) David Evans has resigned.
According to reports he called it quits following a “heated meeting” with the regional airline’s board of directors last Thursday.
However, the reason for his departure is unknown at this time.
LIAT’s head of corporate communications Desmond Brown said a statement would be issued on the matter in due course.
Evans’ resignation comes just shy of two years on the job.

4 Responses to LIAT CEO quits

  1. Ryan Henry
    Ryan Henry April 12, 2016 at 12:41 pm

    That entire board needs to be made redundant………the employees need reassessment and the airline should study private ownership it will never see profit or common senses with multiple government interests in charge

  2. Jac April 12, 2016 at 2:57 pm

    Why should LIAT make a profit? It should just pay for itself. It is a Caricom regional public transportation means that should be aiding in regional development, regional integration and in the unhindered movement of the citizens. The Caricom region possesses oil and it’s neighbours in nearby Brazil build regional aircraft. That’s the reality.

  3. Tony Webster April 12, 2016 at 3:55 pm

    The first time I read of this gentleman’s appointment, and recalling a looooong list of his antecedents, I looked carefully at his media photo, to see where he had his sword sheathed. You know, that one necessary to deal with the Gorgon. Sorry…Gorgons. And Medusas…and $irens $trumming their harp$.

    LIAT shares for sale? Cud be. Why not? Elephants cud fly, if painted some other colour than white. Nature abhors vacuums, even a vacuous patchyderm, with very thick hide, but little memory, and scant care for red-ink. There is also a fine gentleman, known for his hotels; sharp deals; and also for “airlift”, including inducements such as in-flight bubbly. Talk with him? Why not?

    Oh ye of little faith, and great suspicion: shame! I was thinking of Trump!!!

  4. junior April 13, 2016 at 3:14 pm

    could have gone eer since. Not impressed with him. How could LIAT charge so much money for a 20 minute ride.All of them should resign. No competition and a do as it please attitude.


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