Well just in case you don’t know about REDjet, it is a privately owned airline incorporated in St. Lucia but operating out of Barbados’ Grantley Asams International Airport and starting in May will be focused on making the Caribbean airline industry honest by offering their fares as low as U.S. $9.99! #JEEZANAGES
The Trinidad Express claims that Jack Warner, Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of Works and Transport is in “the dark on REDjet’s permit.”
“REDjet has the required regulatory approval from Air Transport Licensing Authority in Barbados under the Air Services agreement between Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados to conduct our current commercial activities. We remain excited about our inaugural flight on May 8.” said Founder of REDjet, Robbie Burns to the Express in regards to Jack Warner’s claim.
Jack Warner stated: “I would have liked to know how the airline got the permission, from whom and when and I’m not quite sure I can answer you those questions.”
But also highlighted: “You know something, regrettably, I don’t have all the details of REDjet’s entry into Trinidad and Tobago. … I keep trying to know how it happened and why and so on. Be that as it may I want to believe that it is healthy competition and if REDjet coming to Trinidad and Tobago means that (Caribbean Airlines) will buck up … or lower its fares for the general public then so be it, because nothing is wrong with competition.”
Well REDjet….we welcome your presence and wish you nuff success! Knowing that their is now competition in the Caribbean Airline industry, means we will save more money! Next up…direct flights out of JFK (I hope)!
CLICK HERE to visit REDjet’s website.
Over and out!