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Barbados, Jamaica Transport Ministers Meet on REDjet Licence

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - June 16, 2011

Jamaican Transport Minister Michael Henry is meeting with his counterpart from Barbados today to discuss a growing row between the three countries over REDjet’s application to fly into Jamaica. The meeting follows two significant events in the Caribbean airline market — a controversy over the alleged detention of a Caribbean Airlines plane in Barbados, and the high-profile merger of Air Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines. [Jamaica Observer]

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