Government says it has received a letter of apology from LIAT for their inadequate service to Dominica
LIAT has reportedly written a letter of apology to the government of Dominica for their inadequate service in the recent past. According to Prime Minister Skerrit, a Shareholders’ meeting is scheduled to take place as early as next week, to discuss possible resolutions to Dominica’s service issues with LIAT.
PM Skerrit says he has no wish to engage in a public battle with LIAT, however it was necessary to voice concerns about the poor service which Dominica has been receiving.
The Prime Minister said LIAT is vital to the Caribbean region’s economic wellbeing, therefore it is important to demand quality service from LIAT.
Earlier this month LIAT Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mr. David Evans issued his resignation, and Antiguan media speculated this may have been due to Mr Skerrit’s recent letter to the company, seeking resolutions to the unsatisfactory service that was being provided.
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