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REDjet should be flying soon


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REDJET BOSS Ian Burns is expecting the low-cost carrier to be flying again soon.
Still not speaking to the media about the grounded airline’s current state of affairs or its future, Burns has written to employees, informing them that a solution appears to be on the horizon.
The correspondence came two weeks after his March 16 announcement that all services were on hold until further notice, which triggered the Barbados Civil Aviation Department to suspend REDjet’s air operator’s certificate.
“We had some encouraging signals from Government and are very hopeful a resolution will be found within a short period. When the suspension was announced I indicated that I believed it would be resolved in a matter of weeks and not months. I am now satisfied that this assessment was correct,” the REDjet chief executive officer wrote in a March 30 email message sent to staff and obtained by the MIDWEEK NATION.
Read the full story in today’s MIDWEEK NATION.

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