REDjet customers asked to submit refund requests

In a notice in yesterday’s Guyana Chronicle, the Ministry of Public Works is advising REDjet customers who were unable to travel because of the suspension of service by the airline to submit requests for refunds.

It is a further sign that the low cost carrier may not be back in the air anytime soon following its shock March suspension of flights.  The notice says that requests for refunds should be submitted to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Public Works, Wight’s Lane, Kingston.

The notice under the name of Permanent Secretary Balraj Balram said that all requests for refunds must  include evidence of payment and must be submitted on or before May 31st 2012.

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