REDjet (flyREDjet.com) added the twice-weekly St. Lucia and Barbados-St. Lucia route on December 16. St. Lucia is REDjet’s sixth destination and the Barbados-St. Lucia route is REDjet’s seventh route following the launch of flights to Antigua and Jamaica in November.
Copyright Photo: Nigel Steele. McDonnell Douglas DC-9-82 (MD-82) 8P-ARB (msn 49469) is parked at the gate at Port-of-Spain.
REDjet (flyREDjet.com) (Bridgetown, Barbados) resumed operations after taking a lot of bad press when one of its aircraft was unable to maintain operations. The young airline apologized and is adding two additional McDonnell Douglas DC-9-80 (MD-80) aircraft. The airline is also expanding, adding Antigua and Jamaica.
REDjet is adding the Port-of-Spain (Trinidad)-Kingston (Jamaica) route on November 20, the Barbados-Kingston route on November 21 and finally the Antigua-Georgetown (Guyana) on November 23.
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REDjet (flyREDjet.com) (Bridgetown, Barbados) announced it has cancelled all services to and from Guyana, Trinidad and Barbados effective on August 26 until further notice. The cancellations were created when one of their aircraft developed hydraulic problems in Trinidad.
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REDjet (flyREDjet.com) (Bridgetown, Barbados) was finally able to launch its new route to Port-of-Spain, Trinidad yesterday (July 28). The new airline was delayed in starting this new route due to the delayed approval by the Trinidad officials. The privately-owned airline, incorporated in St. Lucia, operates two former American Airlines McDonnell Douglas DC-9-82 (MD-82) aircraft. DC-9-82 8P-IGB (msn 49471) was acquired on December 9, 2010 and 8P-IGA (msn 49469) on February 3, 2011. Operations commenced on May 10, 2011.
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The new airline is planning to add Kingston, Jamaica in October.
Copyright Photo: REDjet.