Red Jet Going Even Lower with its Prices
Though it is expected to face a set back with that recent crash, regional carrier Caribbean airlines appears to be setting its sights on the long run. With increased flights already in check for the Guyana market, the carrier is expected to go on a marketing blitz over the next few months reassuring customers of its safety.
Other carriers are also pushing the same line and in the Caribbean, competition in the skies may be getting even fiercer. Low cost regional carrier Redjet has now announced that it will be offering flights to Antigua.
Today’s announcement comes on the heels of the airlines announcing direct flights between Trinidad and Guyana. Those flights could begin as early as mid September while the flights to Antigua are slated to commence in October.
Passengers booking early and flying Redjet to Trinidad could do so for as low as 55US dollars and that’s a return ticket. Early bookings could see passengers flying for as low as 25 us dollars one way with all taxes included.
the airline sells off a percentage of its seat at a low cost and passengers seem to be rushing for that. Regional governments are doing the same. In fact some smaller islands are now pressing the airline to add their capitals to its route map and begin operations there.