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Caribbean Star Slash Prices For Trade

Caribbean Star has
reduced its fare by 50 per cent for travellers within the tourism and travel-related
This discount is in effect for the period 15 September through 30 November 2005, and
is applicable on 30-day and full economy fares. These fares are being offered as a
special consideration to tourist boards, airport authorities (including red caps and
immigration personnel), hotel associations and hoteliers throughout the region.  The
offer will not be accessible during festivals and other relevant blackout periods.

According to the airline’s marketing department, employees at any of the eligible
organizations or institutions must submit a letter from their company/employer or a
company’s identification card when purchasing the ticket. This can only be done
directly at Caribbean Star Airlines’ ticketing offices and is subject to
verification of eligibility.


Sandra Scotland-Williams, marketing director of Caribbean Star, stated that this
discount has been in effect for the past four years and has been highly successful.
“We constantly strive to meet all our customers’ demands and to generally improve
our service. Our annual low discount fares during the off-peak season are one of the
ways we assist people within the industry who are required to make frequent travel
throughout the region. Indeed, one of the reasons we fly is because of these very
special passengers.”