REDjet to Operate Flights to St. Maarten

Barbados airline REDjet recently announced that it will soon operate twice-weekly flights to St. Maarten making it the airline's seventh destination in the Caribbean.

REDjet representatives say the plan is in the early stages, but flights would begin two months after REDjet receives the required licenses.

In May, the airline began flights to Trinidad and Guyana. In November, it began flying to Antigua and Jamaica. In December, it began flying to St. Lucia.





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