LIAT pilots say ex-gratia payments are not enough – Barbados Today


The LIAT pilots’ umbrella body has issued a strong response to this government’s decision to offer ex-gratia payments to those terminated Barbadian flyers who Bridgetown says should legally be paid their severance by Antigua and Barbuda where they paid severance fund contributions. In a memorandum dated April 1, 2021 and circulated to its members, president […]
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Airport deputy CEO quits - Barbados Today

The deputy head of the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) Terry Layne has quit his post to take up new duties at the catering company that serves the airport, in yet another high-profile departure of a public official at the helm of tourism. Layne, whose resignation as deputy chief executive […]