Barbados has gone on the defensive, as faltering airline LIAT seeks US five million dollars to keeping flying passengers across the region.The regional airline has very little money left to fund its operations, Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Keith Rowley said Thursday night after returning home from the St Kitts CARICOM meeting.
Barbados Tourism Minister Kerrie Symmonds has since sent a warning shot that Bridgetown won’t be the lone ATM machine for the cash-strapped airline.He made the statement while confirming that Barbados, as the major shareholder in LIAT, remained interested in keeping the airline running.However, he wants other CARICOM island governments.
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