REDjet cancels flights
REDjet has cancelled services to and from Guyana, Trinidad and Barbados from today until further notice.
Chief Operations Officer Kevin Dudley, said the aircraft was experiencing problems with its hydraulic system and they were working with the manufacturer Boeing, to have the problem rectified in the shortest possible time.
Dudley said: “In the interest of passenger and cabin crew safety we have decided to cancel our service for now but are optimistic that our engineers, who have been working around the clock, will ensure that we are up and running as soon as possible.”
Approximately 132 passengers were impacted as a result of the cancellations on Wednesday and 488 today.
REDjet issued affected passengers refunds on their tickets booked, while some passengers preferred to remain on standby with the airline until the resumption of the airline’s service.
Dudley confirmed the airline’s call centres were contacting all passengers booked on the affected flights.
REDjet apologised for the inconvenienced that was caused to passengers as a result of the delays and cancellations. (PR)