REDjet regrets: Forced into temporary suspension of bookings to both Trinidad & Tobago plus Jamaica

The Caribbean’s Low Fares Airline is still experiencing regulatory delays in Trinidad & Tobago as well as Jamaica and as a result the airline has been forced to make the decision to temporarily suspend accepting bookings on flights to these two countries.

REDjet cannot speak to the policies and operations of regulatory authorities but reaffirms that the airline submitted all of the required documentation in a timely fashion and in accordance with the procedures and regulations of each country and met all the safety and ownership requirements to operate as a in the region.

As a designated airline of Barbados, REDjet has, to date, not been granted the routes applicable to it and it is public knowledge that commitments made to the airline have not materialised despite meeting all requirements. REDjet continues to work closely with authorities across the region and is optimistic that a positive outcome should be achieved in the near future.

"REDjet sincerely apologises for any inconvenience caused to consumers and remains 100% committed to delivering our Low Fares to Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica. REDjet is working across the region with 13 countries and will be announcing additional routes over the coming months and will continue to inform customers of the latest developments as information comes to hand."

REDjet’s success in launching the airline’s inaugural services from Barbados to Guyana and the tremendous passenger response has proved that consumers welcome competition and lower fares and the airline looks forward to ensuring ‘Everyone Can Fly’.

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  1. Don’t give up! Keep fighting…the C’bean needs Red Jet.

  2. Shame… and not a word from Mr. Stuart, Ms. McClean, Mr. Sealy or even Mr. Hutson!

    “Dumb dogs that will not bark” – or maybe dey like it so?


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