CAL Chairman George Nicholas led a team of senior airline officials to Guyana following the accident.
Tropical storm warnings could be issued for portions of the northern Windward Islands and the Leeward Islands on very short notice.
So far only four people have been diagnosed with serious injuries following this morning’s plane crash.
A large low pressure system 900 miles east of the Lesser Antilles has a 80% chance of becoming a tropical cyclone.
A large tropical wave accompanied by a well-defined low pressure system shows signs of organisation.
Several people, including the pilot, have been injured but there are no fatalities.
A large tropical wave accompanied by a well-defined low pressure system continues to show signs of organisation.
Express, Trinidad: Exactly one week after the bodies of Vonetta Haynes-Reyes and her sons Makasi and Malik were found at their La Horquetta home, a 23-year-old neighbour of the victims has been detained by police in connection with the murders.
Washington Post, USA: It’s almost as if nothing has changed. Back from chemotherapy in Cuba, President Hugo Chavez is singing again on television, publicly ruminating over 19th-century conspiracies against Venezuela’s independence hero and skewering his opponents with colorful barbs.
Independent, UK: The two men protested their innocence. They were linked to the killing by mobile-phone records and bullets that came from the same gun they used in another murder.
Stabroek News, Guyana: A woman travelling from Guyana to the US was on Wednesday busted at New York’s JFK airport with 17.5 kilos of cocaine stashed in her luggage, in El Dorado rum and in food cans.
Tribune, Bahamas: ONE MAN was killed and another, accused of murder, was shot in a drive-by double shooting yesterday.
Gleaner, Jamaica: Sandals Resorts International (SRI ), a hotel chain spanning seven Caribbean countries, has announced expansion plans that include a new 'Suites of Sandals' luxury product and at least US$180 million (J$15.5 billion) of near-term investment in St Lucia.
Observer, Jamaica: In July 2006, I wrote an article titled "Oil – Jamaica's main external threat". At the time our use of fossil fuels (oil) was 96 per cent of our energy needs, and the oil price was US$78 per barrel.