REDjet might still have been flying if the Barbados Government had honoured financial commitments to the collapsed airline. That’s according to Opposition Leader Owen Arthur, who told the MIDWEEK NATION it appears that the failed low-cost carrier had been given monetary assurances by top Government officials, including Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler and Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy. Arthur said that representation had been made in the public that the principals of REDjet met with Cabinet ministers and commitments were given. “There is something called legitimate expectations and if someone is given commitments by ministers for financial support then they can be entitled to make decisions based on those commitments alone. Read the full story in today's MIDWEEK NATION.