Low-cost carrier REDjet says the demand for its service has prompted them to add a new aircraft to its fleet. The purchase of plane number three comes after three months of being in the skies.
REDjet said in an email that its operations so far have been a huge success.
“Our low fares and on-time fights have proven to be extremely popular and the airline is expanding our frequency on all of our first routes to cope with the demand. As a result we have also purchased our third aircraft to meet this demand and to help us launch even more low fare routes,” it said.
REDjet also announced the launch its Trinidad to Guyana service, with four flights per week starting September 12.
The Barbados-based carrier currently flies between Barbados and Guyana, and Trinidad and Barbados.
It is still to announce exactly what date Jamaica will be added to the network of routes, after getting permission to fly there last month. However, CEO Ian Burns has said flights are likely to begin in October.