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Contact:  Claudia Monlouis


Tuesday 6 December 2011 Described as the newest kid on the aviation block, REDjet, the Caribbean's   fastest growing   and only low-fare airline, will make its inaugural flight between Saint Lucia and Barbados on  December 16,  2011. 


REDjet features fares from as low as $US 9.99 before tax.


 REDjet is said to be revolutionizing air travel in the region and has received all its licenses in time for the Christmas and New Year holidays.


Saint Lucia is REDjet's sixth destination and the Barbados to Saint Lucia leg is REDjet”s seventh route following the successful launch of flights to Antigua and Jamaica in November.  


Redjet's CEO Ian Burns srecently remarked that for its part, “the airline is happy to add Saint Lucia onto its growing route map.”


REDjet has been one of the responses that government had pursued as an answer to high airline fares for intra-regional travel. 


The two 149-seat MD82s, acquired from American Airlines, were being refitted and re-branded before arrival in the region in mid-November.


REDjet commenced ticket sales on Friday, December 2, via the website

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