Airline REDjet claims its safety and integrity have been unfairly maligned by a number of persons, following a meeting of Ministers in Trinidad recently.

In a release this afternoon REDjet sought to clarify what it described as any misinformation or misunderstandings coming out of same.

Based on review conducted by the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority and the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority, REDjet revealed it was issued a Foreign Air Operators Certificate and Foreign Air Operators Operations Specifications.

REDjet noted it successfully operates to and from Barbados and Guyana and  has been transporting the West Indies Cricket Board and participating teams of the relevant series to and from Antigua, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, St Kitts and Trinidad and Tobago under a charter agreement.

It noted upon landing in Trinidad on two occasions June 1 and June 9, REDjet’s aircraft were subjected to ramp inspections by up to six inspectors and were allowed departure following those inspections, indicating that REDjet had successfully passed said inspection.