LIAT’s Board of Directors accepts Brunton’s resignation

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The Board of Directors of LIAT (1974) Limited advises that it has accepted the resignation of Chief Executive Officer Ian Brunton effective October 1, 2013.

Julie Reifer-Jones has been appointed to act as chief executive officer.

The Board of Directors thanks Brunton for his service and wishes him every success in his future endeavours.

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5 comments

  1. Well I’m sure he didnt leave empty handed.

    He is laughing at all of us… all the way to the bank.

    I’m sure he got that “golden-handshake”

  2. This guy came with so much TALK when he was appointed. Promised to turn LIAT around.

    And what do we hear today? More of the same. LIAT is just not going anywhere anytime soon. I remember listening to him on a Caribbean News Report promising to turn around the regional carrier. Just more TALK. No Action. Maybe he should consider a run for politics in his home country. He would fit in perfectly.

  3. Its true that LIAT’s fairs are overpriced due to Taxes, however the other international carriers also have to pay the same taxes so something is wrong when there is little difference in flying 100 miles on LIAT or 1000 on a major carrier…

  4. Ok Brunton has now resigned. Now it’s time for the overhaul of the Board. New strategic vision desperately needed. Time to change the way things are done. Remove the dinosaurs. And somehow find a way to reduce government ‘interference’ in the operational matters pertaining to LIAT.

  5. Liat’s failure is indicative to that of the leaders of the various Caribbean governments. Their unreasonable airport taxes are keeping our people from travelling to our sister islands..Could you believe that I only need to $275 more to get to the US.

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