The legal dispute surrounding the Lieutenant Governor’s decision not to register the trademark of the Ft. Lauderdale registered airline, Caribbean Sun Airlines has been resolved. The parties concluded negotiations and ent ered into a settlement agreement subsequent to the order that had been entered by the U. S. District Court on Monday, December 15, which had granted Caribbean Sun temporary rights to provide service.
Sun Airways - a domestic corporation, consented to the plaintiff transacting business in the USVI using its corporate name - Caribbean Sun Airlines. Caribbean Sun Airlines has likewise consented to allow Sun Airways to continue to use its business name .. Both corporations have reached a mutual agreement to make every effort to ensure that the public is not confused by the two corporate names.
Chief Operating Officer of Caribbean Sun Airlines, Mr. Paul Moreira says, “We are pleased that the dispute has concluded so that we can proceed with our business of flying to the USVI, as planned”. Moreira went on to add that arrangements are being made to start daily flights with immediate effect.
Caribbean Sun is absolutely convinced that its introductory fares are extremely competitive and it is expected that the USVI/SJU route is going to be one of the more popular Caribbean Sun routes.
Caribbean Sun Airlines has reinstated its advertising campaign to provide additional service before the critical Christmas tourism season. For more information on Caribbean Sun Airlines, its schedules, fares and destinations, log on to www.flycsa.com and Rise with the Sun.
Caribbean Sun Airlines flies to the following destinations: Antigua, St Kitts, St Maarten, Tortola, St Thomas and St Croix.