Antigua’s Prime Minister says ‘rinky dinky’ airlines being considered could pose safety issues
Antigua Prime Minister Gaston Browne has warned against the use of what he calls ‘rinky dinky’ airlines to fill the void created by the liquidation of LIAT.
The Antigua Prime Minister has rejected a decision by shareholder governments to explore alternative airlines to LIAT.
Browne wants to replace LIAT with a new entity.
He says the ‘rinky dinky airlines being considered could pose safety issues for travelers.