LIAT is due to resume flights from , November 1st with a service to Dominica.

A statement issued after the Antiguan government’s weekly Cabinet meeting said that the High Court-appointed administrator, Cleveland Seaforth, updated ministers on the ongoing plans to recapitalise the airline that stopped flying to in March.

The statement confirmed that the Antigua-based carrier, will fly to Dominica tomorrow and indicated that it is expected to provide a schedule of services to other Caribbean destinations, including the United States Virgin islands  and Puerto Rico, shortly.

But the statement noted that the airline, which this week sent retrenchment letters to hundreds of its employees, is still in negotiations with the “several unions representing LIAT staff” and that the “issues of severance payments, unpaid salaries, and other owed payments have not yet been settled”.