REDjet welcomes “Mini REDjetters” at Barbados’ Airport with Tour of Craft

REDjet, the Caribbean’s Low Fares Airline, welcomed tiny tots onboard the Hey Jude aircraft on the arirline’s first school tour on Friday 10th June. The doe-eyed contingent was made up of the youngest members of Wills Primary School from Maxwell, ChristChurch.

The children, parents and teachers were treated to a tour of the aircraft, complete with individual aviation lessons from Chief Pilot Instructor, Capt. Steven Gullberg.

The Caribbean’s Low Fares Airline sees the on-going political delays in Trinidad & Tobago and Jamaica as proof that the region needs competition and low fares. As part of their commitment to this as a consumer focused airline, they're offering 1,000 additional seats on REDjet for every day delayed past today, 9th June for the lowest fare of US$9.99! (one-way, ex Government Taxes). The clock is ticking...

CEO and Chairman Ian Burns said of the trip, “This is the first of many REDjet initiatives that will reaffirm REDjet’s commitment to make aviation and flying accessible to everyone. I am certain that experiences such as our plane tour will spark the interests and imagination of many of our future pilots and flight attendants and we look forward to welcoming them all into the REDjet family”.

REDjet has been carrying out successful operations between Guyana and Barbados since May 10, 2010 and boasts of eighty-six (86) employees from fourteen (14) countries.

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