Air Jamaica Suspends St. Lucia Service

Air Jamaica will suspend its service to St. Lucia as of April 1 due to the company's corporate restructuring, according to recently published reports. The service, which was three-times a week will be suspended because restructuring plans called for "streamlining and route rationalization," the report states. St. Lucia Senator Allan Chastanet, minister of tourism, noted that recently launched and planned non-stop services from the U.S. would help fill Air Jamaica's void for St. Lucia's economy. (JP)

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