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New look at CAL’s operations
The T&T Government is looking at restructuring Caribbean Airlines (CAL). There could be major changes to its management and operational capacity as well as its routes and in the Air Jamaica arrangement. So said Trade Minister Vasant Bharath at yesterday’s post-Cabinet news conference at the Prime Minister’s St Clair office. He added: ”Caribbean Airlines has had its troubles. So yes, CAL is being restructured. Its routes and profitability are being looked at and the integration process with Air Jamaica is being looked at also.” Bharath said Government had received recently new 767 planes and one ATR aircraft and another was due next month. Government had cancelled four of the nine proposed ATRS. He said Cabinet also had resolved issues pertaining to the Air Jamaica arrangement in which CAL aircraft could use distinctive Air Jamaica logos.
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