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Home > LIAT appoints Captain Ian Arthur Brunton as Chief Executive Officer

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, July 31, 2012 – The Board of Directors of LIAT Airline today announced the appointment of Captain Ian Arthur Brunton as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with effect from August 1, 2012.
Ian Brunton
Captain Brunton has had a long and distinguished career in aviation, serving in almost every aspect of the business. He began his career as a pilot in the Royal Air Force and flew a wide range of jets from military types to those operated by BWIA and Caribbean Airlines. As a pilot he was the Chairman of the Trinidad and Tobago Pilots’ Association.
Captain Brunton also held positions in the State’s Safety Oversight System, serving as the first chairman of the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority.
In 2006 he became Vice President Operations in BWIA West Indies Airways Limited and in 2007 Executive Vice President of Caribbean Airlines Limited.
In 2009 he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Caribbean Airlines Limited.
Captain Brunton is a qualified Attorney-at-Law and holds both Bachelor and Master of Laws degrees from the University of London. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a Certified Mediator.
Captain Brunton takes over from Mrs. Julie Reifer-Jones who has been Acting CEO since the departure of Mr. Brian Challenger who resigned from the post on June 30, 2012.
LIAT is one of the leading Caribbean airlines. It is owned by regional shareholders, with major shareholders being the Governments of Barbados, Antigua & Barbuda and St. Vincent & the Grenadines. More information about LIAT may be found at

| Desmond L. Brown | Corporate Communications Manager | LIAT (1974) LTD | Head Office, Coolidge Business Complex | Sir George Walter Highway | Antigua | Telephone: +1 268 480 6222 | fax: +1 268 480 5638 | email: |

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