PM Skerrit demands detailed report from LIAT into incident which left over 40 passengers stranded in Dominica
The Dominican Government says it is not pleased with the treatment being meted out to Dominican passengers by regional airline LIAT.
In a strongly worded letter to LIAT's Former CEO, David Evans, days before his resignation, PM Skerrit requested an emergency meeting among shareholders and a detailed report of an incident which left a number of passengers here stranded.
On Friday April 8th 2016 , 47 persons where left stranded by the airline because the executive of the Airline ordered its crew to operate another flight, Flight 771 to St. Lucia.
Senior Counsel, Anthony Astaphan, spoke to Antiguan media on the contents of the letter written by the Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.
Dominica became the fourth shareholder Government of LIAT in 2012 investing some $8 million in the cash strapped airline.
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