Regional leaders meet to discuss concerns regarding air transportation

Regional leaders met yesterday to discuss the situation regarding air transportation in the Caribbean amidst concerns that both regional and international travellers are finding its very expensive and difficult to commute.
Grenada's Prime Minister Dickon Mitchell said it was agreed that a consultant would be retained to provide advice to the regional heads on how to have air transportation resumed at a level that existed prior to COVID-19.
At their summit in Suriname last month, CARICOM leaders agreed on a new modern Multilateral Air Services Agreement that will allow for a new framework within which air transportation would operate in the region.

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