Friday, April 19, 2024

Call for clarity

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REDjet is still flying high, and plans to maintain its low-cost fares; but it wants clarity from Minister of International Transport George Hutson on the status of its route expansion and operation in Barbados.
Last night, chief executive officer of REDjet, Ian Burns, told the DAILY?NATION that what the ministry had communicated to the airline and what had recently been said in public was conflicting.
“We want clarity. He needs to be clear as what he has said recently conflicts with the letter of permission. Redjet is on the move, but we need this issue dealt with.
“This is an airline built by consumers for consumers. Ninety-eight point five per cent of our clients want to repeat. I am happy with the progress that we have made. We have added to aviation in the Caribbean. We have pledged low fares to the Caribbean, not just one or two countries. Just let us fly,” he said.
Read the full story in today’s DAILY NATION.

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