Been quiet here lately lol some news, CAL will have a new CEO soon from reports.
CAL and the Barbados Tourism Authority are finalizing plans for the return of flights 426/427 for the summer onward:
Air Antilles, Winair announce strategic Caribbean alliance
"The respective chief executives of regional airlines Air Antilles and Winair gave joint presentations of their recently formed alliance that sees both airlines pooling their resources and equipment to facilitate travel within the entire Caribbean to over 22 destinations from the hubs of St. Maarten, Guadeloupe, and Martinique."
LIAT - Keith Robertson retires
"After 40 years of uninterrupted service to LIAT, Captain Keith Michael Robertson will take his final flight tomorrow. Today, he flew passengers to Guyana for the last time, but he told a Barbados TODAY team on the flight that after retirement, he planned to soar in other areas of aviation. Minister of Foreign Affairs Maxine McClean (left) was also on the plane and she congratulated the Vincentian pilot who will get a grand send-off when he touches down at the Grantley Adams International Airport tomorrow morning."
And we have BA
Starting flights to Punta Cana:
British Airways is increasing its Gatwick services to the Caribbean and Florida from the start of the winter 2014/15 timetable on 26 October.
For the first time, the airline will offer non-stop flights to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, with a twice-weekly service.
The move will free up extra seats on flights to Antigua, as that service previously continued on to Punta Cana three times a week.
In addition, there will be two extra flights a week to Barbados between 30 November and 29 February, taking BA
’s schedule to 12 weekly during the peak winter season.
Finally, an extra weekly service will operate to Kingston between 7 December and 22 February, increasing the peak weekly schedule to four.
[Edited 2014-02-06 14:09:50]