Five more Caribbean nations have given permission for low-cost carrier REDjet to operate flights from their countries.
This was revealed by REDjet chief executive Ian Burns at a news conference yesterday at the Crowne Plaza, Port-of-Spain.
The conference was held to launch the partnership between the airline and shipping company Laparkan Trinidad Ltd. Laparkan will now be responsible for the sale and distribution of REDjet tickets to travel agencies in T&T. St Kitts, Grenada, St Lucia, Antigua and St Maarten have been added to the four countries REDjet currently has permission to operate in.
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