REDjet to announce new routes

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Monday July 25, 2011 – REDjet has responded to numerous queries about its new routes with a promise of an announcement in the next two days.

The Barbados-based low-budget carrier, which last week got approval to fly to Trinidad and Jamaica, made a brief statement on its Facebook page yesterday.

“The big question is Trinidad to Guyana and a launch in Jamaica…you’ll have to wait for our first announcement on Wednesday!” it said. “New routes coming soon.”


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  1. Anon Again
    July 26, 2011

    I notice, Administrator, that my question regarding serving all the destinations with just two planes was removed. Why?

  2. Anon Again
    July 26, 2011

    I’ve just done a fare comparison on a flight from Barbados to Guyana (the only route that RedJet now servers) departing Barbados on the 27th and returning on the 29th, with exactly what Liat offers – one piece of luggage up to 50 pounds (which Liat allows free), no priority boarding, which Liat doesn’t offer. I couldn’t get flight insurance on the RedJet flight (so I just pray that nothing happens). You would be amazed. Liat Total Package:$393.40 USD. RedJet Total Price US$381.23. US$12 difference, but not travel insurance on RedJet. If I want SMS confirmation, that’s an extra dollar, If I want priority boarding, another $20. So there really is no difference in fares between the two carriers. The $9.99 is gimmick. It will come with lots of conditions, and they may only offer five or so per flight. What RedJet has done is generated lots of PR.

  3. Anon
    July 25, 2011

    I just want to know how they plan to serve all these destinations that they are promising to serve with just two planes. That’s all I want to know

  4. Can't wait
    July 25, 2011

    omg can’t wait …… if it will b landing in ANU that’s just perfect I can’t deal with liat and their shit we been putting up with over the years I mean their prices are sky high families can’t even go on vacation like before we have to be sending our kids and staying behind cause we can’t afford the tickets!!!!

  5. Anonymous
    July 25, 2011

    redjet can not come d/a ok

    • July 26, 2011

      wa hapn? YOU DENSE OR WHAT? I was being sarcastic.

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  7. timbok 2
    July 25, 2011

    no dominica..stupes

  8. Bull Crap
    July 25, 2011

    I cant wait for them to start flying in more Caribbean countries. Give liat some damn competition.

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