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World Cup blog: The joys of travelling in the Caribbean - 22 Apr 2007 - Cricket News - New Zealand Herald

World Cup blog: The joys of travelling in the Caribbean - 22 Apr 2007 - Cricket News - New Zealand Herald: "Note to wealthy businesspeople with penchant for aviation; if you set up an airline in the Caribbean that regularly runs on time and doesn't change destination mid flight, you'll make a mint.
We've now had our last (hopefully) experience with Liat, the Caribbean airline.
I'm not sure what Liat is supposed to stand for but the variations include Leave Islands Any Time, Luggage In Another Territory, Look Its Another Timezone? the list goes on.
So you'll be getting the gist that this is not the most reliable airline.
Today we were expecting a pretty standard journey, Grenada to Barbados in 30 minutes. Silly us!"

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