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Grenada airlift committee to hold talks with Caribbean Airlines
Published on February 15, 2016 Email To Friend    Print Version

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada (GIS) -- Grenada's tourism and civil aviation minister, Yolande Bain-Horsford, will on Monday lead a delegation comprising chairman of the airlift committee, Glynn Evans, and general manager of the Grenada Airports Authority, Wendy Williams to Trinidad for a one-day meeting with Caribbean Airlines officials.

Tourism and Civil Aviation Minister, Yolande Bain-Horsford
Since late last year direct flights from Canada and the United States have been significantly affected because of the airline’s decision to reroute its flights through Trinidad.

The intention of the meeting is to renegotiate with Caribbean Airlines to increase direct regional and international flights to Grenada.

While in Trinidad, Bain-Horsford will also pay a courtesy visit to her counterpart minister, Sampha Cudjoe to hold discussions on collaborative civil aviation and tourism efforts.
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Ann George:

I think it's a good thing to bring back the direct flight,from the US to Grenada,because most Americans don't like the connecting flights.


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