According to the report, David Evans' resignation was accepted by the Board of Directors of LIAT on Wednesday, the company announced in a statement.
Evans had joined the company in April 2014, succeeding former CEO Captain Ian Brunton. Brunton had joined the company as CEO in August 2012, following the resignation of former CEO Brian Challenger the previous June, according to Caribbean Journal.
According to the report, as a regional carrier in a part of the world with often stifling governmental air taxes, LIAT has been struggling for some time.
It had been hoped that Evans, with decades of experience in the British aviation industry, could provide a boost, according to the report.