REDjet launches Jamaica service
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Friday September 16, 2011 – REDjet will begin flying to Jamaica from Barbados and Trinidad in another two months.
The airline’s Business Development Director Robbie Burns says tickets go on sale today, ahead of the start of flights on Sunday, November 20.
The announcement yesterday came almost two months after REDjet got the green light to operate in Jamaica from the Civil Aviation Authority.
Flights to Jamaica from Barbados and Trinidad will be operated twice weekly.
“REDjet is confident that they will manage the new passenger load with a recently acquired third aircraft, Nickitastic,” said a statement from the airline.
CEO and Chairman Ian Burns also said that REDjet’s fleet will increase to five aircraft, with one aircraft due to be in service by December and another during the first quarter of 2012.