CAL paying US$270,000 monthly for discontinued London route


CARIBBEAN Airlines (CAL) still has to commit taxpayers’ money to paying for aircraft which it no longer has and for a route which it no longer flies. During a public hearing between CAL representatives and members of the State Enterprises Joint Select Committee (JSC) at Tower D of the Portof- Spain International Waterfront Centre yesterday, the committee was told that the State owned airline still has to pay US$270,000 per month with respect to its discontinued service to London.

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