UBER IN THE SKY

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WHILE US-based transport network company Uber’s effort to serve this country’s citizens on the ground has hit the brakes, chairman of the State Enterprises Joint Select Committee (JSC) David Small yesterday expressed alarm that the sky has become the limit for some people who work for State owned Caribbean Airlines (CAL) to use, “CAL as their own personal Air Uber.” Small raised his concerns about this situation during a public hearing with officials from CAL at Tower D of the Port-of-Spain International Waterfront Centre.

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