September 23, 2017 3:43 AM ET


Company Overview of Liat (1974) Limited

Company Overview

Liat (1974) Limited provides airline services in the Caribbean. The company also provides various service options, such as airport pickup, door-to-door delivery, airport-to-door delivery, door-to-airport delivery, same day pickups, pickup hold, and freight collect services. Its services connects various destinations from the Dominican Republic to Guyana, including Anguilla, Antigua, Barbados, Curacao, Canouan, Dominica, Guyana, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Nevis, San Juan PR, Santo Domingo, Saint Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, St. Croix, St. Thomas, St. Vincent, Tortola, Tobago, and Trinidad. The company was founded in 1974 and is headquartered in St. Georges, Antigua and Barbuda.

V.C. Bird International Airport


St. Georges,  

Antigua & Barbuda

Founded in 1974





Key Executives for Liat (1974) Limited

Acting Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Director of Sales and Director of Network
Company Secretary and Legal Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Liat (1974) Limited Key Developments

Seaborne Airlines Denies Seeking Acquisition Of LIAT

Seaborne Airlines, Inc. denies seeking acquisition of Liat (1974) Limited. Seaborne Airlines denied the reports that Seaborne Airlines is reportedly looking to set up a new base in Barbados, amid reports that it has also made a firm offer to acquire regional airline LIAT. Well informed sources have told Barbados TODAY that Seaborne’s offer of $100 million has already been put to the LIAT board by the company’s CEO Gary Foss. Foss could not be reached today for comment, but when contacted, LIAT’s Chief Executive Officer David Evans suggested the offer was no longer on the table. He also took issue with the $100 million figure, describing it as completely erroneous, but did not deny that the two sides have been talking. “As a matter of course, airlines will talk to each other on a regular basis about various relationships they might have with each other, and these can range from something as simple as inter-airline agreements or something major like an acquisition,” David Evans said. However, David Evans made it clear that in the case of Seaborne Airlines, I can confirm that there is no plan for Seaborne to buy out LIAT at this stage. “There have been discussions over the course of the year with Seaborne Airlines and those discussions remain confidential but I can tell you that they have been considered by the board of LIAT and, as a consequence, let me repeat that Seaborne will not be buying out LIAT,” David Evans stressed.

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