LIAT begins using larger aircraft
The arrival of the first LIAT 68-seat ATR 72-600 aircraft at the Ogle International Airport is said to be part of the company’s move to upgrade its fleet of aircraft.
Guyanese pilot Christopher Cameron was the man who managed the flight from Barbados to the Ogle International Airport.
Cameron after the one hour and 45 minute journey said landing the new aircraft was an ease since the International airport is designed to accommodate such planes.
The French-manufactured ATR is being leased from GE Capital Aviation Services by LIAT. The airline flies to over 20 destinations in the Caribbean.